New £20m competition aims to chart a greener future for UK shipping

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Artist impression of a zero emission ferry being developed by Artemis Technologies in Belfast | Credit: Artemis Technologies
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Artist impression of a zero emission ferry being developed by Artemis Technologies in Belfast | Credit: Artemis Technologies

New Department for Transport initiative will support development of zero emission vessels and infrastructure that can propel decarbonisation of shipping

The government has called on shipbuilders, shipping firms, ports, scientists, and academics to submit proposals to a new competition for innovative technologies that can chart a greener future for the...

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