Singapore’s maritime decarbonisation blueprint aims to reduce emissions, support green technologies

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Under the Maritime Singapore Decarbonisation Blueprint, the country will commit another $300 million to make the sector more sustainable. The funds will go towards reducing emissions by 2030 and supporting global green fuel development. Port terminals will also go electric. The maritime industry will look into renewable sources of energy to reduce emissions by at least 60% from 2005 levels. Harbour craft will use low-carbon fuels to reduce emissions by 15% from 2021 levels.

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