Energy Voice – Out Loud / 10 Point Pod 06 – Jet zero and green shipping

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Modern life depends on aeroplanes and ships, but the carbon emissions are proving to be a major headache. The UK government has plans to transform the country into a home for greener transport, but some degree of international action will be needed if this change is to take root. 

One bright spot is that customers are starting to focus on carbon emissions and seem willing to support a move to a greener future. 

Mike Parr, EY Parthenon partner; Jacob Sterling, head of decarbonisation innovation and business development, AP Moller Maersk; and Chris Gear, project director for the Aerospace Technology Institute’s Fly Zero joined us to discuss how the world of transportation is changing. 

Jet zero and green ships are the sixth point on the government’s 10 point plan. Next month, we’re putting down roots to talk about greener buildings. 

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