With a target of a 30 percent emissions reduction by 2030, Stena Line plans to realize its target through the deployment of two electric Stena Elektra ferries on the Frederikshavn-Gøteborg route between Denmark and Sweden, writes the carrier in a press release.
"Our ambition is to lead the development towards fossil-free seafare and sustainable transport at sea (...) It makes me proud that we can take this historical route and bring it as far into the future as possible with our commitment to two Stena Elektra ferries," says Stena Line CEO Niclas Mårtensson.
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