Portsmouth Port readies itself for shore power

Portsmouth International Port's Sea Change project

Source: Portsmouth International Port

Portsmouth International Port used the UN COP28 climate summit to outline its new £19.8m shore power project which seeks to drive down emissions in the UK’s maritime sector.

PiP’s SEA CHANGE project will design, build and operate a shore power system across the three busiest berths at the port allowing visiting ferry or cruise ships to turn off their engines when at berth.

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