TECO 2030 supports IMO’s revised strategy for reaching Net Zero in the maritime industry

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has adopted a revised strategy for reaching Net Zero greenhouse gases (GHG) in international shipping by around 2050.

The strategy includes an ambitious roadmap for reducing the shipping industry’s contribution to global GHG emissions and highlighting the sectors commitment to environmental sustainability.

Tore Enger, Group CEO of TECO 2030 – manufacturer for zero emission technology in the maritime and heavy industry, responded to the revised strategy. He said, “This is fantastic news for the future of the global shipping industry as IMO adopts an accelerated strategy for cleaner shipping in the years come with an ultimate ambition of achieving a zero-emission future.

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