Domagoj Baresic, Nishatabbas Rehmatulla, Santiago de la Fuente and Tristan Smith
This inquiry invited evidence on the ability of technologies, fuels and operational efficiencies to reduce both sectors’ emissions and on recommendations for Government action at national and international levels.
The response set out a number of operational measures (e.g. zero carbon marine fuels, wind assisted technologies) that could be implemented in the near term, along with supportive policy proposals (e.g. promoting locations that could facilitate early adoption of zero carbon marine fuels).
The response was submitted on behalf of CREDS, the UCL Energy InstituteOpens in a new tab, Decarbonising UK Freight TransportOpens in a new tab and University Maritime Advisory ServicesOpens in a new tab.
See the full consultation documents: Net zero aviation and shippingOpens in a new tab
Baresic, D., Rehmatulla, N., de la Fuente, S. and Smith, T. 2021. Evidence to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee inquiry into net zero aviation and shipping. CREDS consultation response 031 | September 2021.
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