Shore power: Government seeks 'carbon-busting' technologies for ships docked in UK ports

Michael Holder
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Aberdeen, Scotland | Credit: iStock
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Aberdeen, Scotland | Credit: iStock

Government launches call for evidence on replacing on-board diesel generators with links to onshore power that could slash pollution in ports

Ships berthed in UK ports could be powered using zero-emissions electricity rather than polluting diesel generators in the near future, after the government this week launched an initiative to seek maritime...

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