'Huge step towards fossil-free shipping': Stena Line plots Sweden-Denmark electric ferry route by 2030

Cecilia Keating
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The zero emission ferry will recharge at terminals | Stena Line
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The zero emission ferry will recharge at terminals | Stena Line

Plans for major electric ferry service unveiled as British firm touts vision for zero emission heavy-duty ship it has dubbed the 'Tesla of the seas'

Shipping giant Stena Line has set out plans to operate two battery-powered ships carrying passengers and freight between Gothenburg in Sweden and Frederikshavn in Denmark by 2030, in a move dubbed by the...

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