New climate coalition to develop zero-emission vessels ahead of 2030

A series of the world's biggest shipping companies are joining forces with key players within energy and engine manufacturing to develop a zero-emission vessel that could hit the water by 2030. Maersk, Shell and MAN Energy Solutions are just some of the participants in the project.

Photo: PR / Maersk

Maersk and Euronav are just two of the major shipping companies that are part of an initiative to develop a commercially viable zero-emission vessel capable of operating on deep sea trade routes slated to hit the water by no later than 2030.

This was announced in connection with the extraordinary climate summit in New York, the UN Climate Action Summit, convened by the UN's Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who is calling for action rather than promises in terms of lowering CO2 emissions.

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