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Bremen provides onshore power

BREMEN. In June, the Bremen Senate voted to create an additional onshore power supply in Bremen’s ports. Eight fixed power plants for maritime shipping and two connections for inland shipping are to be created by 2023. “This is a further step and an important building block on the way to a green, climate-neutral harbour,” says Dr. Claudia Schilling, Bremen Senator for Science and Ports. “The onshore power supply for the fixed installations should therefore be 100 percent renewable energy.”

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