Canadian ports biofuel case study


A report into low carbon fuel production and use at ports across Canada is set to further the country’s decarbonisation efforts

Canada is set to explore options for low and zero emissions fuel production and uptake at three key ports.

A first-of-its-kind study, The Canadian Green Shipping Corridor Assessment, by sustainable development consultancy Arup in tandem with Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub, has highlighted the role ports play in creating green shipping corridors.

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