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Zero-Carbon for Shipping in North America

Sailing carbon-free along North America’s west coast

Zero-carbon fuels have an important role to play in transitioning the shipping industry to a zero-carbon and emission free future. A new report commissioned by Ocean Conservancy explores the potential opportunity for five major ports on the west coast of North America, of adopting zero-carbon electrofuels: green hydrogen and ammonia produced with renewable power with no associated emissions from their production. With the right investments, each port is well-primed to stimulate the adoption of future fuels for the maritime industry.

Authors: Carpenter-Lomax, O., Wilkinson, G., Martinez, V., and Georgiev, M.
Citation: Carpenter-Lomax, O., Wilkinson, G., Martinez, V. and Georgiev, M, ‘Zero-Carbon for Shipping; Sailing carbon-free along North America’s west coast’, Ocean Conservancy, Washington D.C., 2021
© Ocean Conservancy Inc. 2021. All rights reserved

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