Singapore lowers prices for "green" ships

Oceangoing ships calling at port in Singapore are met with a smaller port fee if sailing on green fuels, according to MPA. The biggest discount is given to vessels powered by carbon-free fuels such as ammonia and hydrogen.

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In upcoming years, it will be significantly cheaper for ”green” ships to dock at the Port of Singapore – one of the world’s busiest ports.

According to the Maritime & Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore, ships sailing on emission-free fuels like ammonia and hydrogen will have their port fee reduced by 30%.

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