Bjørn Højgaard: Nuclear power is required to reach climate target before 2050

Without nuclear power, the shipping industry will not be able to reach its climate target before 2050, says Anglo-Eastern CEO Bjørn Højgaard. The production of green fuels requires more than wind and solar power, the CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Reaching the climate target before 2050 will soon prove impossible unless the shipping sector starts looking into nuclear power for the production of green fuels, according to Bjørn Højgaard.

For the Anglo-Eastern CEO, nuclear power is a viable option for the industry in the efforts to reduce its emissions.

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