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The GREEN RAY project aims at minimising methane slip from Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) vessels to enable clean waterborne transport. By developing three innovative technologies for LNG engines that can be installed on new and existing ships, GREEN RAY is working to reduce the negative impact of waterborne transport and protect human and environmental health.

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Mitigating Methane Slip in LNG Engines

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15 Apr 2024

TRA 2024

The results from GREEN RAY’s experiments measuring methane slip onboard a Ro-Pax ferry in December 2022 and a cruise ship… Continue reading TRA 2024

27 Sep 2023

TAP&SE Conference 2023

Representatives from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and the Finnish Meteorological Institute, including GREEN RAY partners Niina Kuittinen, Mikko… Continue reading TAP&SE Conference 2023


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