Is there a case against prioritising shipping’s zero-carbon fuel switch?
The use of renewables to decarbonise shipping offers a far less compelling case than other sectors when it comes to overall greenhouse gas reduction, but how should that direct policy and company strategy?
Has the politicised focus on shipping’s eventual fuel transition provided a pretext for inaction and deferred more immediate gains in energy efficiency? Is there an argument for shipping not being at the front of the queue for limited renewables to produce sustainable fuels? Two recent studies offer two very different perspectives of the industry’s zero-carbon priorities
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