Shipping leaders commit to green H2


Shipping sector leaders have committed to enable the use of renewable hydrogen as a marine fuel to help meet industry decarbonisation goals

The joint commitment, signed at COP28 by thirty leaders, includes targets for fuel use, fleet development and port infrastructure to help bring the nascent green hydrogen industry to scale.

Port infrastructure is key with fuel supply present at ports on both sides of shipping routes, something that will require significant international cooperation and investment.

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