Stena Bulk has designed a prototype for a product and chemical tanker ship that can lower greenhouse has emissions by as much as 45 percent compared to a modern tanker ship.
The ship will be fitted with Flettner rotors, also know as modern sail technology, solar panels, so that wind and sun can be used to propel the ship, The engines will be able to sail on LNG as well as conventional low-sulfur fuel, while other alternative fuels could also come into play, says the shipping company.
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