MAN Energy Solutions’ engines ready for hydrogen


The gas-powered engines from MAN Energy Solutions are hydrogen-ready and can operate in stationary mode with a hydrogen content of up to 25% by volume in a gas-fuel mix.

It is now possible to significantly cut CO2 emissions by using hydrogen in the company’s gas engines.

EUGINE’s H2-readiness standard requires MAN gas engines to achieve the Level B requirements of the EUGINE standard.

Gunnar Stiesch, from MAN Energy Solutions, claimed that “flexible and decentralized, gas-fired power plants will play a vital role for a secure power supply on the route toward 100% renewable energy.”

Future possibilities for hydrogen fueling up to 100% are also being developed by MAN.

Anela Dokso

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