DFDS plans to launch its first green ship no later than 2025

DFDS' first green ship is scheduled to hit the water in 2025 at the latest. Whether it will be fueled by methanol, ammonia or hydrogen is so far unknown, but the carrier shares a likely vessel candidate with ShippingWatch.

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DFDS plans that its first green ship will hit the water no later than 2025, fueled by new and more sustainable fuels, according to the Danish logistics and ferry company's aim to become climate neutral by 2050.

The exact type of fuel has yet to be determined, but a project has been initiated to find an answer, says Jesper Aagesen, head of Sustainable Fleet Projects.

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