Incentivising efficient vessels in ports

“Encouraging only the cleanest and most efficient vessels into ports reduces the port’s own pollution levels over time, and demonstrates to local stakeholders that the port is being proactive in taking steps to increase its sustainability,” Carb...

Rewarding efforts that stretch beyond ‘environmental compliance’ is by no means a new concept for ports, and this is becoming increasingly popular as the industry looks to commercialise emissions reduction and tangibly demonstrate the link between sustainability and operational efficiency, says Peter Boyd, COO, Carbon War Room.

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