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From the News Desk: Decarbonisation projects building steam

Research into mini-nuclear reactors and cutting-edge fuel cells is ambitious, but it must be. In the meantime, regulatory and financial carrots and sticks are driving operators to seek emissions cuts wherever they can find them

The possibilities of nuclear molten salt reactors and solid oxide fuel cells for propulsion are great, even if still remote. Recent strides in efficiency, from wind power to propeller add-ons, are less flashy but no less worthy

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