Onshore power supply and electricity

Onshore power supply & driving electric cars.


Onshore power supply

Port Esbjerg has contributed to the development of a carbon management system, which has enabled the port to invest in onshore power plants. The establishment of onshore power plants has meant that more and more of the port's companies have seen the potential in switching off the ships' generators and using green wind energy instead. Because shore power is cheaper and means significantly less noise and emissions of CO2 and particulates.

Since the switch to onshore power supply, there has been a significant increase in the number of kWh.

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We are constantly working to reduce our CO2 consumption at the port, and electric vehicles obviously play a role in this.


Our goal is to have all our mobile vehicles running on electricity by 2025, which is part of the overall electrification we are working on to become carbon neutral.

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