Ports Seeking Tech to Cut Vessels' Emissions at Berth

December 6, 2017 www.marinelink.com

Having already invested nearly $400 million in dockside power hookups and other infrastructure to facilitate shore power in order to curtail at-berth air pollution from containerships, the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles are now soliciting…


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