Shell and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to expand collaboration on the decarbonisation efforts in Maritime Singapore. This includes advancing the adoption of electric harbour craft as well as collaborating on the development of low and zero-carbon fuels in Singapore. The MoU signing took place at an event by Shell to unveil the first of a series of electric ferries in Singapore, and the first for Shell globally.

MPA will work with Shell to make its charging facilities at Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Singapore available for other electric harbour craft users. Shell is also exploring the feasibility of expanding the shore charging infrastructure on the island.

Full details are in the press release on Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s website