Carbon-neutral shipping projects are on the rise in Asia

The number of projects working on solutions for CO2-neutral shipping has doubled in Asia over the past six months, shows new report from the Getting to Zero Coalition, comprising 140 member companies. The half-year report reveals three trends.

This is what the world's first CO2-free dry cargo ship could look like. | Photo: Illustrasjon Vard

Asian companies and players are launching pilot trials and demo projects to find solutions to carbon-neutral shipping.

Over the past six months, Asia has doubled the number of projects from 16 to 31 working on new ship technology, new climate-friendly fuels, as well as bunker and battery-charging facilities, according to a six-month report from the Getting to Zero Coalition.

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