Swedish companies are working together to embrace carbon capture and achieve climate goals.
One Portuguese port aims to be the first European port to achieve zero emissions by 2035.
Energy-efficient tugs are helping a European port green its fleet to boost sustainable shipping.
A European port has reduced its total carbon emissions by nearly a third in a five-year period.
Swedish forest products bound for Gothenburg will be more sustainable thanks to greener logistics.
CO2 emissions have been cut by a Spanish port that has simultaneously grown its operations.
The transition to 5G is leaping ahead with a French port moving from trials to commercial roll-out.
Ports of Stockholm’s newly built Stockholm Norvik Port has won a prestigious construction prize for its efficiency.
Zero-emission vessels and clean infrastructure at UK ports could soon become a common sight, thanks to a new GB£20m competition to make innovative green maritime ideas a reality.
Green energy will power a new factory being built at a Welsh port in order to cut CO2 emissions.
One port has a new emissions busting rail freight service, the second its announced in seven days.
A cross border logistics service between the Port of Barcelona and the southwest of France is giving customers up to 11 days of savings in transit time saving both cost and emissions.
Green electricity will be exclusively used at an Estonian port to cut almost 7,000t of CO2 emissions per year.
The Port of València has installed two new environmental quality and control cabins to monitor weather, air quality and noise.
In an effort to speed up the transition to fossil free fuel, several transport giants have teamed up to reduce carbon emissions linked to the port.
European ports are applying for EU grant funding to invest in electrification and alternative fuels to help reduce emissions at their terminals.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has invested GB£300,000 in a new rail service at a major UK port to help green its operations further.
The bremenports-managed ports of Bremen (Bremen and Bremerhaven ports) have achieved a key environmental certificate for the fifth time to reflect their commitment towards environmental sustainability.
A 45% reduction in emissions is in reach of one American terminal which has started to use green renewables including wind and solar power.
One Swedish port authority is working hard to increase the reach of its shoreside power system to further cut portside ship emissions.
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