Green-fueled vessels to transport a quarter of Maersk's sea freight in 2030

On Tuesday, Maersk’s top management presented its ESG plan for investors which to a high degree concerns the group’s green energy transition. ”The technological pathway is clear and a commercial pathway is emerging,” said Maersk CEO Søren Skou.

Maersks CEO, Søren Skou. | Photo: PR-FOTO

A quarter of Maersk’s seaborne freight must be transported aboard green-fuelled ships in 2030, and carbon emissions shall also be halved against 2020 levels, shows Maersk’s green transformation plans, presented on Tuesday during the shipping major’s first ESG day.

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