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UK targets post-2025 newbuilds to be zero-emissions capable

The Clean Maritime Plan, published today, is part of the Government’s Clean Air Strategy, which aims to cut down air pollution across all sectors to protect public health and the environment

Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani sets out plan that aims for all new ships ordered from 2025 to be designed with zero-emission capable technologies

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