‘Just-in-time’ sailing could cut CO2 – study

A study commissioned by the Port of Rotterdam Authority and research institute TNO has concluded that substantial savings could be made in fuel and CO2 emissions if sea-going vessels were better informed about the availability of berths and adapted their speed accordingly. The partners said that if sea-going vessels are

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