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this ferry between Denmark and Sweden is turning the deep blue sea green it's one of two vessels converted from diesel electric to Patrick according to the four C. ferry company maintaining the same power trade without the emissions we had to reinforce the ship from deck number for today number seven to a put on about twenty two hundred and eighty tons of equipment on mandates number seven so on the way if that was a great challenge to find the space to put all this %HESITATION equipment , containers on top of the ships now store four point one mega watts of batteries propelling the twelve thousand ton ferries across the full kilometers between hell single in Helsingborg at the same speed as before recharging automatically each time they talk with renewable generated power during normal operation we charge with the five and a half minutes in %HESITATION Denmark and then nine minutes in this we then the charging spare sequence is fully automated and there we would see now when the ship is leaving for that %HESITATION the robots will restrict the blog automatically when the car around is %HESITATION a moving up from the shape , shipping accounts for more than two percent of world CO two emissions according to the only ammo which is committed to cutting pollution by fifty percent over the next thirty years was the ferry says the conversion has cut its carbon footprint by sixty five percent just a twenty minute journey it may take shipping a long way towards a less polluting future