Jan 15, 2018 - 12:32 pm

Zero-emission vessels pay less fees for Port of Amsterdam

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Inland navigation vessels benefit from new fee regulations concerning Amsterdam and Zaanstad port waters. Since 1st of January, zero-emission ships pay 20 less than their conventional-powered equivalents.

The port authority applies the new discount to vessels with a Green Award Platinum label. That is a certification scheme introduced by the organisation Green Award last month. Just vessels with an environmental performance better than the legal minimum requirements have a chance to get the label.

Amsterdam and Zaanstad are now the first Dutch ports to introduce a rebate for inland navigation vessels featuring the new label.
electricvehiclesresearch.com, portofamsterdam.com

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https://www.electrive.com/2018/01/15/zero-emission-vessels-pay-less-fees-port-amsterdam/
15.01.2018 12:50