CIMAC calls for IMO action by 2023 on net zero fuels

CIMAC noted investments in zero carbon energy sources were required soon due to the length of a vessel's operational life. (Picture of carbon air capture, credit: Climeworks)

The Greenhouse Gas (GHG) working group at the International Council on Combustion Engines (CIMAC) has released a policy position around the need for zero carbon energy sources in shipping. The working group explicitly calls on the IMO to “adopt binding measures until 2023 to phase-in net zero and zero carbon ...

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