New EU well-to-wake GHG limits to energy used on board ships from 2025

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The EU’s legislative bodies have reached an agreement on the FuelEU Maritime regulation setting well-to-wake GHG emission intensity requirements on energy used on board from 2025. The regulation will also mandate the use of shore power for container and passenger ships in certain EU ports from 2030.

The European Parliament (EP), the Council of the European Union, and the European Commission (EC) have reached an agreement on the FuelEU Maritime regulation, with the objective to increase the share of renewable and low-carbon fuels in the fuel mix of maritime transport in the EU. 

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