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APM Terminals Bahrain, a subsidiary of A.P. Moller-Maersk, is implementing a solar power project at Khalifa Bin Salman Port in Bahrain. The $10 million project aims to power port operations with clean and sustainable energy, reducing carbon emissions by 65%. This initiative aligns with APM Terminals' global decarbonization plans and Bahrain's commitment to reducing emissions and achieving net zero by 2060. By becoming the region's first seaport fully powered by renewable energy, the project sets an example for the maritime industry but also allows Bahrain to lead the way both regionally and globally.

APM Terminals Bahrain aims to become region’s 1st fully solar energy-powered port

APM Terminals Bahrain, a subsidiary of A.P. Moller-Maersk, is implementing a solar power project at Khalifa Bin Salman Port in Bahrain. The $10 million project aims to power port operations with clean and sustainable energy, reducing carbon emissions by 65%. This initiative aligns with APM Terminals’ global decarbonization plans and Bahrain’s commitment to reducing emissions and achieving net zero by 2060. By becoming the region’s first seaport fully powered by renewable energy, the project sets an example for the maritime industry but also allows Bahrain to lead the way both regionally and globally.

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