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The revolutionary boat powered by the ocean
by Rina Diane Caballar
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15 July 2020
On 15 July 2020 BBC reported:
The Philippines' traditional three-hulled boat is being redesigned, to draw its power not from fossil fuels, but from the energy of the waves. A new design of ship in the Philippines is hoping to pose a low-carbon alternative to the country's usual bangka, by working with the power of waves rather than against them.The ship is a hybrid model, using multiple internal combustion engines for initial propulsion but switching to wave energy while cruising in open waters.
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Globally, 9 percent of all transport emissions came from international and coastal shipping in 2010. That's a small figure next to the 72 percent that came from road transport, but it puts shipping on a similar level to aviation, which made up 10.6 percent of transport emissions. And with the volume of world sea trade projected to grow at a rate of 3.8 And with the volume of world sea trade projected to grow at a rate of 3.8% a year to 2023, a year to 2023 ...
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