Shipping will need priority access to alternative fuels
The European Commission’s Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy envisages zero emissions vessels by 2030, zero emissions ports, new Emissions Control Areas and a new policy on bunker taxation
Shipping, like aviation, will face more challenges than other modes of transport in decarbonising and should thus be among the first recipients in the market for low carbon fuels, when they arrive, the EU regulator said
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