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U.S. Plans $3B Investment in Green Port Infrastructure

According to SeaTrade Maritime, in its announcement, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said that the $4 billion would be divided up between “technologies to reduce harmful air and climate pollutants at US ports”, which would get $3 billion, the lion’s share for the agency’s Clean Ports Program, would go towards development of “electrification of equipment at ports”. In addition, funding would be available for reducing vehicle emissions, under another EPA initiative the “Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Program”

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