Green jobs and maritime decarbonisation

May 09 2024

Executive Summary

The transition to scalable zero-emission marine fuels has the potential to create up to four million jobs across the energy supply chain by 2050.

The majority of these jobs will come from investments in building out of renewable energy generation capacity and will mostly be created over the 2030s when the intensity of investment will be highest. This scale of potential job creation means that the maritime industry could be a driver for wider decarbonisation across national economies, in addition to helping to promote benefits for countries considering becoming more active in supplying e-fuels to international shipping.

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