Stena Line sees challenges in CO2 neutrality

It is possible to reduce CO2 emissions by 35 percent in 2030, says Stena Line's CEO Niclas Mårtensson, who does not wish to commit the carrier to a zero-emissions target like Maersk. "We will deliver what we say."

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Stena Line has explored climate initiatives in recent years, testing both methanol as a fuel source and batteries on ferries.

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