Japan's Asahi Tanker ship fuelling with world's first electric tanker

Apr 21 2022


Japan’s Asahi Tanker said it will start using the world’s first electric-powered tanker for ship fuelling, known as bunkering, later this month in an effort to cut carbon emissions.

 

 

 

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