Shell launched its first electric ferry at the Singapore refinery on Monday and announced it will work with the city-state’s port authority to reduce emissions from ships, according to Reuters.
Shell launches its first electric ferry at the company’s Singapore refinery
The move is a step towards implementing Singapore’s port authority rule that all new vessels operating in its waters should be electric or run on biofuels from 2030.
Shell Eastern Trading has agreed to work with the port authority to develop charging infrastructure for electric port vessels and conduct research and development for low-emission and zero-carbon fuels over five years, it said. Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
The oil giant launched the first of a series of electric ferries for employee commuting on Monday. The ship has 200 seats and connects the city with the refinery on Pulau Bukom.
The first Penguin Refresh electric ferry will start operating in May, and two more will be in operation by August, partially replacing the diesel ferries currently in use.
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