South Pacific plan for low-carbon ships

Parties to a planned ship research pact: University of the South Pacific’s deputy vice-chancellor Derrick Armstrong (left) and CNCo’s general manager, sustainable development, Simon Bennett (credit: CNCo)

Singapore-based China Navigation Company (CNCo) is linking with academia for research into a cost-effective vessel concept with a low carbon footprint suited to the South Pacific island economies, writes David Tinsley.

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