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India’s Cochin Shipyard has secured a $70 million order from Europe’s largest company, Sum Script Group, to build zero-emission ships.

The ships will be powered by hydrogen fuel and other green energy resources, with diesel being used only in emergency situations.

Cochin Shipyard Limited, which has been in the shipbuilding industry for two decades, is among only five countries in the world that possess the technology for such ships.

The company exports its ships to several countries, including UAE, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Singapore, and Nepal.

The first delivery of these new ships is expected in 2025, and they are expected to significantly reduce CO2 emissions.

India’s hydrogen fuel production technology has been gaining attention globally, and more than 35 companies in India are already reducing hydrogen fuel, with many vehicles already on the road.

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