For years, the Port of Zeebrugge has been trying to become a clean port. This project fits this ideology, where clean air and sustainable solutions are top priority.

The Port of Zeebrugge is investing 20 million euros to build and operate four wind turbines, with the aim of producing 30,000 MWh yearly by the end of 2014.

Two of the turbines will be based at WWL’s own on-site terminal. The project is a major step in the Port of Zeebrugge’s strategy to improve the environmental impact of its activities, making it an even more sustainable port.

WWL’s efforts in driving greener logistics, as well as the scale of its business in Zeebrugge, made it a natural choice for the siting of the two turbines.“For years, the Port of Zeebrugge has been trying to become a clean port. This project fits this ideology, where clean air and sustainable solutions are top priority,” says Joachim Coens, CEO Port of Zeebrugge.


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