Shifting the maritime sector from high- to zero-carbon fuels is proving to be every bit as difficult as expected, but Maersk’s order of at least eight methanol-powered ships has been hailed as a positive move.
Hazards await the early movers into green technology with the costs extremely high, both in monetary and social terms, for failure.
But first moves need to be made and Dr Tristan Smith, of University College London (UCL)’s …
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