Study identifies potential for US shipping fleet transformation

The UMAS study identifies potential savings from the adoption of low emission fuels in the Great Lakes region of North America, for example. Modern vessels, such as Fednav's Federal Montreal, have achieved significant GHG reductions operating on conventio

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A new report by UK maritime research company UMAS and commissioned by The Ocean Conservancy estimates that more than 40% of the energy used by the US fleet could be replaced with zero emissions solutions this decade.

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