A shipping executive says China can put use its carbon emissions to good use by combining it with green hydrogen to make a range of green fuels. Photo: AFP
A shipping executive says China can put use its carbon emissions to good use by combining it with green hydrogen to make a range of green fuels. Photo: AFP

French shipping giant CMA CGM explores the use of China’s carbon emissions to produce green transport fuel, fight global warming

  • Carbon dioxide from the nation’s factories can be captured and combined with green hydrogen to make low-carbon fuels, says Ludovic Renou of CMA CGM China
  • CMA CGM created a US$1.64 billion fund last September to invest in fuel decarbonisation technology ventures to scale up production of green fuels

Knowledge |   China and climate change
A shipping executive says China can put use its carbon emissions to good use by combining it with green hydrogen to make a range of green fuels. Photo: AFP
A shipping executive says China can put use its carbon emissions to good use by combining it with green hydrogen to make a range of green fuels. Photo: AFP
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