Rotterdam goes digital to cut emissions

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New digital solutions at the Port of Rotterdam have helped it reduce CO2 and NOx emissions by 20% and 15% respectively

The Port of Rotterdam has deployed new digital solutions to monitor and reduce emissions and facilitate just-in-time port calls.

The role of ports in reducing emissions as a key part of decarbonising the maritime industry is becoming increasingly clear as doubt is cast on the effectiveness of other measures, such as slow-steaming.

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