USA - Energy - Cold-ironing at the Port of Long Beach

Workers at the Port of Long Beach lower cables to 'plug-in' a container ship to shoreside electricity. Also known as 'cold-ironing,' the program shuts down polluting diesel engines in favor of clean electricity. (Photo by Tim Rue/Corbis via Getty Images)
Workers at the Port of Long Beach lower cables to 'plug-in' a container ship to shoreside electricity. Also known as 'cold-ironing,' the program shuts down polluting diesel engines in favor of clean electricity. (Photo by Tim Rue/Corbis via Getty Images)
USA - Energy - Cold-ironing at the Port of Long Beach
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Tim Rue / Contributor
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