Maersk unveils ambitions to be operating a zero-emission fleet by 2050

December 5, 2018 Gavin van Marle

Maersk Line today announced it has drawn up plans for its shipping fleet and related logistics operations to emit no CO2 by 2050.
However, it warned the industry, if it is to achieve this goal, shipbuilders and naval architects must have developed carbon-neutral ships by 2030 at the latest, and added that “an acceleration in new innovations and adaption of new technology is required”.
Maersk argued that efficiency improvements to current fossil fuel-based technology ...

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