Regulation needed to spur emission-free vessels

Newbuilding costs are a siginficant additional expense for most zero-emission technologies, except biofuels

The industry will require regulatory inducement if it is to introduce zero emission vessels (ZEV) by 2030, according to a study by Lloyd’s Register and UCL’s University Maritime Advisory Services (UMAS).

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