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Zacho: Global regulation the biggest challenge for green transition

Two years at green research center have convinced Mads Peter Zacho that there is no way back for shipping. The transition to sustainable fuels is unavoidable and will be in the interest of all.

Mads Peter Zacho has just started as CEO of gas carrier Navigator – with a rock-solid conviction that the green transformation is absolutely necessary for the industry. | Photo: Carsten Lundager / J. Lauritzen

Mads Peter Zacho returned to shipping last week as CEO of gas carrier Navigator – with a rock-solid conviction that the green transformation is absolutely necessary for the industry.

For the last two years, the 53-year-old shipping profile has been part of the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and thus been involved in a research environment that focuses on developing sustainable fuels for shipping.

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