Using wind and hydrogen to achieve net zero

Port of Tilbury London

Source: Forth Ports

The UK’s third largest ports group, Forth Ports, is going to use offshore wind and alternative fuels to achieve a net zero carbon operation by 2042.

A cornerstone of Forth Ports’ strategy is its substantial investment in infrastructure, port services and towage to support the build out of the UK’s renewable energy sector, including offshore wind.

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