Interviews, Transport

Maritime industry faces extra complexity in achieving green fuel transition, says Fincantieri

Fincantieri’s Ancona shipyard. The Italian shipbuilder is prepared to trial and validate new, low-carbon technologies to help diminish shipping’s hard-to-abate emissions, says its CEO (Credit: Fincantieri)

Shipbuilding is going through an ‘evolutionary phase’ as it is forced to innovate, following more intense scrutiny of the maritime industry’s decarbonisation plans, Fincantieri’s CEO tells Sustainable Views

Policymakers should “create stimulus that is not a punishment” when imposing emissions reduction targets on the maritime industry, according to ...

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