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Researchers eye alternative energy to power state ferries

Posted On: Jan 25, 2022   |   Posted By: WRAL

Researchers eye alternative energy to power state ferries

North Carolina's ferry system has a fleet of 21 vehicle ferries, making it either tied with Washington as the largest state system in the country or the second largest - it really depends the measuring stick - and researchers are now looking at how to more sustainably power those vessels' near-constant runs.

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