US-flagged fleet ripe for decarbonisation, study shows
Smaller ships could swap fossil fuel for shore power or batteries, while bigger ones could run on zero-emission fuels. More than 40% of the energy used could be made zero-carbon this decade
The US-flagged fleet of mostly domestic and inland ships is a prime candidate for early decarbonisation, according to a green consultancy. The economic and technological might of America — and even its protectionist Jones Act — could help the effort
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