Zero-emission vessels ‘must be on deepsea trades by 2030’

September 25, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Major container shipping players have pledged to have commercially viable zero-emission vessels operating on deepsea trades by 2030
The promise was made on Monday during the UN Climate Action Summit, with a Getting to Zero Coalition (GZC), which counts Maersk, Shell and Zim among its 70-strong membership, set to lead the push.
Maersk chief executive Soren Skou said energy efficiency programmes had helped the shipping line cut CO2 emissions by 41% over ...

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