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Report: Existing technology could shave up to 27 percent off ship emissions

Maersk Tankers, DFDS and Hafnia have provided ships to a green project now concluding that already existing solutions can reduce carbon emissions from ships by 27 percent, while the investment can be covered in less than three years.

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Using new, already existing technologies, older ships can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 27 percent, concludes a new report by Green Ship of the Future.

Shipping lines Maersk Tankers, Hafnia and DFDS have provided, respectively, two MR tankers and a RoPax ferry to the project, behind which stand a total of 20 companies, according to a statement.

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