Vancouver targets zero-emissions by 2050

The port of Vancouver is testing biodiesel, hydrogen and renewable diesel as part of its plans to transition to low emission energy.

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The port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest, is testing a variety of low and zero-emission fuels and technologies in order to create a zero-emission port by 2050.

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