CalMac ‘on track’ for emissions reduction

CalMac's investment in enginei fuel management will pay for itself within a year if it meets its emissions reduction targets

Scottish ferry operator Caledonian MacBrayne is set to reduce annual CO2 emissions by 2% a year, or 1,800 tonnes, as part of a project under which it has deployed Royston fuel management systems.

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