First ports declare readiness for green corridors in Northern Europe

Five Northern European ports announce that they are ready to be part of the so-called green corridors, which are to secure alternative fuels for shipping in the future. Among these are Rotterdam and Hamburg.

Photo: Port of Hamburg

The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping partakes in establishing the first European network of harbors participating in the so-called green corridors meant to ensure alternative fuels for shipping in the future.

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