How can the shipping sector unlock the 'first wave' of net zero emission projects?

Cecilia Keating
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New report from Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) sets out how a "first wave" of commercial zero emission shipping projects can get off the ground

Shipping faces one of the toughest voyages to net zero of any industry. While there is broad consensus that zero emission deep sea trade vessels must be commercialised by the end of this decade if the...

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