Port clean energy projects help establish a greener waterfront

The Port of Seattle was the first home port in North America to offer shore power at two Seattle cruise berths and we haven’t stopped there.
The Port is working on a plan that will bring shore power to major facilities on the working waterfront, using an underwater cable to eventually connect all shore power-capable cruise ships at four cruise vessel berths in Seattle.
The power supply to this submarine cable is envisioned to connect to the city grid at the same location as the proposed shorepower service for Terminal 46; this will establish shorepower connectivity for shore power capable cruise ships at all four cruise vessel berths in Seattle once the two projects are complete. The efforts are part of the Port's goal to be the greenest, most energy efficient Port in North America.

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