Decarbonisation: Clean-tech breakthrough needs new thinking on investments
The slow take-up of energy-efficiency technologies is usually attributed to resistance to change and lack of proof that they work. Charterers may help by offering incentives to clean-tech investors
No single clean-tech solution has yet to prove a gamechanger, but IMO emissions targets and the introduction of the Carbon Intensity Indicator have the potential to be just that and energise a raft of new technologies
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