SAL Heavy Lift, based in Hamburg, is the world’s first shipping company to equip vessels with a new hydrogen/methanol injection technology, dealing with shipping emissions and aiming towards a greener environment.
Along with the ‘Green Paris movement’, the Seine river will be the world’s greenest river. The City of Paris aims to enhance air quality and reduce the city’s carbon footprint in conjunction with the upcoming Olympic Games in 2024. Green Paris’s goals will, in large part, be reached through transitioning to clean electric mobility.
California-based Bay Ship and Yacht Co. has secured a contract to build the first hydrogen fuel cell passenger vessel in the US for Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine. The vessel is expected to be delivered and in service by September 2019 and will operate on the San Francisco Bay.
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