Port of Leith switches on new shore power connection to cut moored ships' CO2

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(L-R) Scottish Government minister Neil Gray with Forth Ports' David Webster | Credit: Forth Ports
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(L-R) Scottish Government minister Neil Gray with Forth Ports' David Webster | Credit: Forth Ports

Edinburgh port is now able to offers vessels low carbon electricity from the mainland as alternative to on-ship fossil fuel generators

A new shore power connection has gone live at the Port of Leith near Edinburgh, making it the first large, mainland commercial port in Scotland to provide an electricity connection to moored ships as an...

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