The Next Wave: Green Corridors

A new Getting to Zero Coalition report explores the implementation of green shipping corridors as a means to decarbonise the shipping sector.

November 10 2021

For shipping to decarbonise by 2050, zero-emission fuels and vessels need to be deployed at scale within the next decade. Though piloting and demonstrations of technologies are already in progress, it will be challenging to scale up solutions industry-wise.

The implementations of green corridors—specific trade routes between major port hubs where zero-emission solutions have been demonstrated and are supported—can create favourable conditions for accelerated actions.

The study suggests that four critical building blocks need to be in place to establish a green corridor:

  1. Cross-value-chain collaboration
  2. A viable fuel pathway
  3. Customer demand
  4. Policy and regulation

Read the full report ‘The Next Wave: Green Corridors’ here.

For further information: Interim Head of Communications, Sofie Rud, or +45 2810 2332.