PFF Live: Wind assisted propulsion is coming but regulation holds key

A 1,000m² serially-produced Seawing is expected be installed on one of “K” Line’s bulkers in 2022. (credit: Airseas)

Wind propulsion is likely to become an increasingly important part of the mix of solutions available to shipowners looking to reduce their environmental footprint, technology developers and ship operators heard in an online forum presented by The Motorship Propulsion and Future Fuels Live today.

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