Mærsk Mc-Kinney zero carbon research center calls for Chinese partners

There are 10-15 new partners headed for the research center financed by the A.P. Moeller Foundation, but none of them are Chinese, and this could become a problem over time. ShippingWatch has interviewed the center's head of industry transition, Mads Zacho, about goals and challenges.

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Mads Zacho himself mentions independence as the first issue he would like to address.

Because even though he has since November last year served as head of industry transition at the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, the center operates independently from the company Maersk, he underscores.

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