Future of the Environment

This Dutch port is encouraging ships to invest in renewable power

Since July 2017, all ships that dock at Rotterdam port have received a score out of 100. Image: REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw

Isabelle Gerretsen

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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Caroline Kroes, energy transition strategy programme lead at the port of Rotterdam Image: Handout picture courtesy of Ries van Wendel de Joode.
A Skoonbox containing renewable batteries Image: Handout picture courtesy of Skoon Energy BV.

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Containers are loaded onto a ship at the port of Rotterdam. Image: REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw

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