Galveston Wharves is going green. We’re kicking off a number of employee-driven initiatives to reduce our environmental impact and support local community groups committed to environmental sustainability, including the Galveston Bay Foundation.

Solar panels on our cruise terminal roofs and electric vehicle charging stations in our cruise parking lots are just a few programs we’re exploring to make our business more energy efficient and reduce our environmental footprint.

Rodger Rees is port director and CEO for the Port of Galveston.

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