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Vindskip: The Fuel-Efficient Ship Shaped Like A Sail (Video)

Promising to cut fuel use by 60% and harmful carbon emissions by up to 80%, a Lade AS’ fuel-efficient ship concept could revolutionize the overseas cargo shipping industry and reduce fossil fuel use by millions — if not billions! — of barrels per year. Lade AS, the Norwegian designers behind the Vindskip concept, have made Vindskip: The Fuel-Efficient Ship Shaped Like A Sail (Video) was originally published on: CleanTechnica.
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