The onshore power plant, which the Port of Skagen took into use in October, has received a good reception from the fishing industry. The plant is an important step in the port's ambition to be CO2-neutral by 2030. In addition to reducing emissions, both noise nuisance and air pollution are also significantly less.
The Port of Skagen participates in the Interreg project SETS II.
Here you can read how many tons of CO2 and NOx the fishing vessel Voyager has saved by being connected to shore power for 51 days: