Royal Caribbean Group is the newest member to join the Methanol Institute (MI).
As a company committed to energy efficiency and net-zero cruising, Royal Caribbean started its sustainability journey decades ago. As the company entered the global methanol trade association before joining, it had already begun incorporating engines that could use a variety of fuels, including methanol.
We are thrilled to have Royal Caribbean Group on board the Methanol Institute, said Methanol Institute CEO Greg Dolan. In recent weeks, Royal Caribbean announced that the 5th ship in Celebrity Cruises’ Edge-series would be powered by a Wärtsilä 46 methanol-capable engine, showing their commitment to innovation in the cruise industry. As Royal Caribbean Group embarks on its methanol journey, MI is eager to work with them.
Royal Caribbean Group President and CEO Jason Liberty said: “We are pleased to join the Methanol Institute and recognize the importance of collaborating as we seek sustainable energy solutions.”
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