Low carbon shipping: Solar and wind assisted vessels set sail

Michael Holder
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Wind-assisted Viking Grace passenger ferry embarks on first voyage in Finland, as Soel Yachts' unveils its solar-battery powered catamaran in French Polynesia

As global governments clash over the level of ambition the shipping industry should incorporate in its international climate plan this week, the green economy continues to push forward a host of innovations...

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