Shipping corridor study stresses investment need

Port of Tyne

A new study has looked at the feasibility of creating a green shipping corridor linking north-east England to mainland Europe

The Port of Tyne, working with Connected Places Catapult and partners Arup, Lloyds Register, EDF R&D UK, Newcastle University and the North East LEP, has collaborated on the Clean Tyne Shipping Corridor which looks at the benefits of such a move, exploring challenges such as the transition to greener fuels.

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