Ideas to cut carbon impact of offshore wind maintenance scoop Carbon Trust award

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Workers often reach offshore wind farms by polluting ships
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Workers often reach offshore wind farms by polluting ships

From hybrid ships to hydrogen-powered boats, Carbon Trust awards £300,000 to firms experimenting with low-carbon maintenance crafts

Offshore wind turbines may be out on the water producing clean electricity for the UK, but the engineers tending to the turbines are often ferried back and forth to sea on vessels that remain reliant on...

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