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Norway is building some of the world's first battery-powered ferries. Will they lead the way in cutting maritime pollution?
by Mikael Holter and Jeremy Hodges
National Post Translate This Article
19 March 2018
On 19 March 2018 National Post reported:
Norway wants two-thirds of all boats carrying both passengers and cars along its jagged and windy Atlantic coastline to be electrified by 2030. While progress in electrifying the world's excessively polluting shipping fleets is miles behind advances in automobiles, Europe is making initial strides as Paris Climate Accord goals to cut carbon dioxide emissions loom large. Dozens of battery-powered boats that can move through inland waterways in Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands are about to make their first voyages.
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