Singapore plans center for decarbonization

The Singapore Port Authority now supports a proposal to establish a center for decarbonization. The center will create a framework through which stakeholders can coordinate and implement solutions that can help reduce CO2 emissions in shipping.

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A new decarbonization center is in the works in Singapore, which is home to the world's biggest bunker hub.

The local port authority, Singapore Maritime and Port Authority, MPA, and fund Singapore Maritime Foundation sponsor the so-called International Advisory Panel on Maritime Decarbonization, which has proposed the establishment of "a global maritime decarbonisation centre" to be located in the big bunker hub.

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