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MSC Group’s Cruise Division to reach net zero emissions by 2050 with hydrogen technologies

MSC Group’s Cruise Division to reach net zero emissions by 2050 with hydrogen technologies

The Cruise Division of MSC Group has reaffirmed its pledge to achieve net zero emissions from its cruise operations by 2050 with hydrogen to play a key role.

With the Cruise Division of MSC Group previously revealing its intention to participate in the development of a hydrogen-powered cruise ship, the group reaffirmed its commitment to developing hydrogen shipping solutions.

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MSC Group is teaming with Snam and Fincantieri to design and construct the hydrogen cruise liner which would additionally become a world first, the group said.

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