Already available on the Corsica ferry quays, the network will be expanded in two phases to cover North Africa ferry quays and the ship-repair hub by 2022 and the cruise terminal between 2022 and 2025.
The zero-emissions investment -backed by national and regional government- recognizes the need to maintain the port’s value to the economy while improving the city’s waterside air quality.
We are convinced that ecological transition is the springboard to economic growth. That’s why we are investing heavily to become the Mediterranean’s first 100% electric port by 2025,
...Marseille Fos CEO Hervé Martel commented.
Already in 2017, the Port joined the World Ports Climate Initiative (WPCI) reducing port dues for ships performing better than required, under air pollution regulations.