Maersk highlights biggest stumbling block in green transition

One dilemma currently stands as the biggest challenge facing the shipping industry's green transition, says Maersk's head of fleet technology. Who will pay the bill?

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Ships must sail on new and climate-friendly fuels if they want to succeed in reducing pollution from the shipping industry.

But no one is willing to pay the price of being a first mover, and that is a big problem, says Ole Graa Jakobsen, head of fleet technology at the world's biggest liner company, Maersk.

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