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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
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Zero Carbon for Shipping in North America

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