Tag: <span>Emissions</span>

WinGD delivers two-stroke engine with NOx aftertreatment
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WinGD delivers two-stroke engine with NOx aftertreatment

Swiss engine developer WinGD has launched the first marine two-stroke engine to carry its own nitrogen oxides (NOx) abatement solution, offering reductions in space requirements and installation costs for shipyards seeking to comply with the strictest IMO NOx emission limits. The X52 low-speed engine with integrated Selective Catalytic Reduction (iSCR) was launched during a ceremony...

Astrup Fearnley and Veracity by DNV to make emissions data predictions
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Astrup Fearnley and Veracity by DNV to make emissions data predictions

Astrup Fearnley and Veracity by DNV have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly deploy an Emissions Prediction Calculator to the shipping industry. The Calculator will provide ship brokers, owners, and charterers with quality assured emissions data predictions over the Veracity platform. DNV will use its experience in building algorithms for emission calculations and...

North American maritime leaders unite to drive GHG emissions reduction
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North American maritime leaders unite to drive GHG emissions reduction

Members of the maritime industry across North America and Canada have come together to form the Blue Sky Maritime Coalition, a non-profit strategic alliance developing and taking action on projects to achieve a commercially viable net zero emissions waterborne logistics sector. The coalition includes shipowners, builders, charterers, financiers, classification organisations, port authorities, government and non-government...

Norway receives $1.75M for GreenVoyage2050
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Norway receives $1.75M for GreenVoyage2050

The IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project has received 14.5 million NOK (USD 1.75 million) in additional funding to continue assisting developing countries in their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships. Phase one of the Project, signed with Norway in 2019, is currently underway and is scheduled to run until May 2022. The additional funding...

Namura and NS United Kaiun to develop wind-assisted Capesize
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Namura and NS United Kaiun to develop wind-assisted Capesize

Japan-based shipbuilder Namura Shipbuilding and operator NS United Kaiun Kaisha have partnered in a joint research project aimed at developing a wind-powered system for a 183,000 dwt Capesize bulk carrier. The International Maritime Organization’s decarbonisation targets of reducing carbon emissions by at least 40 per cent by 2030 from 2008’s levels and cut at least...