The shipping industry is searching high and low for a fuel that can make ocean transport greener, but it is not going to be hydrogen that replaces the traditional bunker oil aboard Maersk's container vessels anytime soon.
Right now, hydrogen takes up so much physical space that the vessels would not be able to fit as many containers on board, says the shipping line's head of fleet technology. Therefore, Maersk is currently writting off hydrogen as a solution for its deep sea vessels.
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