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ETI announces details of waste heat recovery project which could help to cut emissions and fuel consumption in shipping

9 March 2017

Paul Trinick
Paul Trinick Project Manager

The ETI has recently published an insight report which analyses the UK shipping fleet, the potential opportunities for ship owners and operators and identifies the most promising technologies that could reduce fuel consumption economically.

We have established that a 30 per cent reduction in fleet fuel consumption can be achieved by using a combination of innovative technologies, including waste heat recovery systems, with an approximate payback period of just two years.

It is important that we now develop and demonstrate this technology to provide confidence to shipping owners and operators that it can deliver tangible efficiencies and savings under real world conditions.

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