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MOL Drybulk, Drax to develop wind-powered tech to lower biomass shipping emissions of vessels moving wood pellets to Japan by a fifth; first ship expected to launch in 2025, is part of Drax's goal to be carbon-negative by 2030 via carbon capture, storage

MOL Drybulk and Enviva sign MoU to deploy environmentally friendly bulk carrier for sustainable wood pellets and biofuels in 2024 that will use wind energy to save an expected 20% in GHGs; 62,900-deadweight tons vessel will be built by Oshima Shipbuilding

Enviva and MOL Drybulk to deploy environmentally friendly bulk carrier to cut GHG emissions in ocean transport of wood pellets, biofuels; scheduled for launch in 2024, EFBC will aim to utilize rotor sail technology and MOL’s Wind Challenger technology

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