IEA says shipping will not be climate neutral by 2050

The International Energy Agency, IEA, indicates shipping as one of the few forms of transport that will not quit oil by 2050. Ammonia and hydrogen will account for more than half of ship fuels by that time, the IEA expects.

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Shipping is so slow at transitioning to sustainability that the sector will not be able to meet the global target of climate-neutral production by 2050, assesses the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Tuesday, the IEA published a new report presenting a roadmap for the world's transition to full climate neutrality by 2050.

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