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Plug-in and sail: Meet the electric ferry pioneers
by Adrienne Murray, Technology of Business reporter
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14 January 2020
On 14 January 2020 BBC News reported:
[BBC News writer Adrienne Murray is] aboard Ellen, an electric-powered ferry, sailing to the Danish island of Aero, in the west Baltic Sea. In the onboard cafe passengers welcome the change. The emission-free ferry is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 2,000 tonnes a year. It's part of an EU-backed project to develop green ferries for longer routes.
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