Green Shipping Corridors Guide
Green shipping corridors – which allow ships to refuel along their route with low carbon energy – are an essential tool to start decarbonizing maritime shipping this decade. A successful corridor must address the technological, economic and regulatory challenges of making this switch to zero-carbon fuels, engaging actors across the value chain.
Under the auspices of the Green Hydrogen Catapult, the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and RMI have created a practical, free blueprint based on real-world experience and local data, to help ports, shipping companies, fuel producers, financiers and governments select and start developing green shipping corridors.
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