February 27, 2024

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Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonisation delivered ahead of COP26

Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonisation delivered ahead of COP26

Höegh Autoliners suggests companies have sent a Contact to Motion for Transport Decarbonisation to the British isles presidency of COP26 at the International Maritime Forum Once-a-year Summit in London.

The Contact urges entire world leaders to choose motion to align delivery with the Paris Settlement temperature objective.

The Contact to Motion is backed by much more than two hundred industry leaders and organisations symbolizing the maritime benefit chain.

It phone calls on governments to function jointly with the delivery industry to provide policies and investments necessary to attain crucial tipping details in decarbonising world-wide offer chains and the world-wide financial system.

Höegh Autoliners maintains the personal sector is getting concrete actions to make zero emission vessels and fuels the default decision by 2030 and decisive government motion, as perfectly as enabling policy frameworks, are necessary now to attain 2030 and 2050 ambitions

“In our motivation to create a much more sustainable maritime industry and fight weather change, we are accelerating our decarbonisation initiatives,” explained Höegh Autoliners CEO, Andreas Enger.

“We have established an formidable net zero emissions goal by 2040 and we believe we will accomplish this by means of investments in long term technological innovation and newbuilds.

“To drive the maritime industry to a zero emissions long term, collaboration will be crucial. By way of joint motion and partnerships, we stand more robust and greater outfitted to do well in our prolonged-expression weather ambition.”

As a signatory of the Contact to Motion, Höegh is asking governments to:

  • Commit to decarbonising international delivery by 2050
  • Assistance industrial scale zero emission delivery assignments by means of nationwide motion
  • Supply policy steps that will make zero emission delivery the default decision by 2030