Tag: <span>Getting to Zero Coalition</span>

Uptake of ammonia-fuelled vessels on the rise
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Uptake of ammonia-fuelled vessels on the rise

The Getting to Zero Coalition’s updated Mapping of Zero Emission Pilots and Demonstration Projects uncovers emerging trends, sees a strong climb in the number of identified projects as well as increased activities in Asia. The uptake of zero emission pilots and demonstration projects is a fundamental component of the maritime industry’s transition to zero emission...

400 companies team up to decarbonise heavy transport including shipping
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400 companies team up to decarbonise heavy transport including shipping

The Mission Possible Partnership (MPP), a new coalition formed to accelerate the decarbonisation of global industries representing 30 per cent of global emissions, launched today at the Davos Agenda. Run by the Energy Transitions Commission, Rocky Mountain Institute, the We Mean Business coalition, and the World Economic Forum, the Mission Possible Partnership aims to accelerate...

Alfa Laval targets methane slip with new solution
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Alfa Laval targets methane slip with new solution

Alfa Laval has added a new solution to its Pure Thinking portfolio, targeting methane slip from LNG engines. The new Alfa Laval PureCool system targets the small percentage of unburned methane that escapes through the engine when LNG is used as fuel. Although no regulations currently exist for it, there is growing awareness of methane...

Isle of Man Ship Registry joins Getting to Zero Coalition
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Isle of Man Ship Registry joins Getting to Zero Coalition

The Isle of Man Ship Registry has become the first flag state to join the Getting to Zero Coalition, an industry-led alliance working towards decarbonising the international maritime shipping sector. Established in 2019, the Coalition is a partnership between the Global Maritime Forum, the Friends of Ocean Action and the World Economic Forum. Its members...

Getting to Zero Coalition maps zero emission pilot projects
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Getting to Zero Coalition maps zero emission pilot projects

A new mapping of zero emission pilots and demonstration projects from the Getting to Zero Coalition reveals the scale and breadth of projects already underway and highlights key trends in the maritime sector’s path to decarbonisation. Zero emission fuels and technologies for maritime shipping need to be commercially viable by 2030 to meet decarbonisation targets....

Lubrizol joins the Getting to Zero Coalition
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Lubrizol joins the Getting to Zero Coalition

The Lubrizol Corporation has become the first lubricant additive technology supplier to join the Getting to Zero Coalition. The Getting to Zero Coalition is an international group currently endorsed by 14 governments and composed of more than 100 organisations. It aims to drive the development of commercially viable, zero-emissions deep-sea ships by 2030. This partnership...

Getting to Zero Coalition identifies four focus areas for shipping’s decarbonisation
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Getting to Zero Coalition identifies four focus areas for shipping’s decarbonisation

100 members of the Getting to Zero Coalition convened in Copenhagen for its first biannual working session. The immediate work of the Coalition will focus on delivering action through four workstreams. Commercially viable zero emission vessels need to operate along deep sea trade routes by 2030 to meet decarbonisation targets. This is the ambition of...

Alfa Laval joins Getting to Zero Coalition
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Alfa Laval joins Getting to Zero Coalition

Alfa Laval has joined the Getting to Zero Coalition, a coordinated effort to fight climate change by introducing zero-emission vessels by the year 2030. The 2030 goal is key to decarbonising the global shipping industry and reaching the International Maritime Organization (IMO) target of cutting vessel-related greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 per cent...

Shipping’s decarbonisation to cost over $1 trillion
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Shipping’s decarbonisation to cost over $1 trillion

At least $1 trillion of capital investment in land-based and ship-related infrastructure is required to halve international shipping’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by the IMO’s 2050 target. A new study by UMAS* and the Energy Transitions Commission for the Getting to Zero Coalition has found that an investment of up to $1.9 trillion over the...

Probunkers joins Getting to Zero Coalition
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Probunkers joins Getting to Zero Coalition

Probunkers has become a member of the “Getting to Zero” Coalition, a multi-stakeholder environmental partnership committed to delivering zero emission vessels and meeting the IMO’s 2050 goal of cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 50 per cent compared with 2008. Aiming to lead the change towards clean marine fuels through establishing a global...