Potential and challenges of green ammonia as marine fuel in the port of Rostock


The Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (IKEM) has published a study that examines social acceptance issues related to the use of ammonia in shipping. With regard to aspects such as employment potential, air quality and greenhouse gas emissions, the study uses the example of the Port of Rostock to show that green ammonia […]

Offshore wind and hydrogen in Germany: national and transnational innovation


Exciting news! Our Interreg Baltic Sea Region project BOWE2H is hosting its first live event in Berlin on Monday, May 22nd. Join us for a fascinating discussion on national and transnational innovation in offshore wind energy and hydrogen in Germany, featuring key players from politics and industry. This is your chance to stay up-to-date with […]