Tag: <span>Green Energy</span>

Shipping consortium to develop carbon-neutral transport with EUR 4.5M grant
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Shipping consortium to develop carbon-neutral transport with EUR 4.5M grant

Danish shipping company MHO-Co is heading a consortium that will spend EUR 4.5 million during the next three years on developing green solutions for the future of the maritime industry. Together with Aalborg University, among other organisations, and with grants from the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP), MHO-Co will test fuel cells and...

Alfa Laval joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Centre for zero carbon shipping
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Alfa Laval joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Centre for zero carbon shipping

Alfa Laval and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Centre for Zero Carbon Shipping have announced a strategic corporate partnership agreement on the development of zero carbon solutions for the maritime industry. Under the agreement, Alfa Laval becomes an official partner to the Centre. The collaboration will revolve around the development of low- and zero carbon technologies through...

Blue World Technologies invites smaller investors to join green tech adventure
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Blue World Technologies invites smaller investors to join green tech adventure

Blue World Technologies is inviting investors to join its fuel cell technology project. It has so far received commitments of more than 3 million EUR from European investors, with several of these investors having a history of investing in fuel cell technology. Smaller investors are also invited to join this unique investment opportunity. As the...

Sweden electrifies shipping
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Sweden electrifies shipping

Sweden is driving its sustainable shipping agenda as a new cooperation agreement between the Swedish                    Shipowners´ Association, ABB Sweden, ABB Marine, Stena AB, research institute RISE and battery company Northvolt, promises to develop a climate-smart future through the electrification of shipping. The companies have agreed to...

Fjord1 newbuilds to feature automation and electric propulsion systems
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Fjord1 newbuilds to feature automation and electric propulsion systems

Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) and its sister company, Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) are to deliver automation and hybrid propulsion systems for nine newbuild Fjord1 ferries. The supply agreement includes five complete automation systems, NCS’s Concept Bridge solution with a large electro engineering package, electric and hybrid propulsion systems, bridge solutions, automation, battery and charging systems....