Tag: <span>Zero Emissions</span>

World’s first hydrogen cargo vessel set for Paris debut
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World’s first hydrogen cargo vessel set for Paris debut

The European innovation project Flagships will deploy the world’s first commercial cargo transport vessel operating on hydrogen, plying the river Seine in Paris. Commercial operations are set to commence in 2021. The hydrogen cargo transport vessel will be owned by French inland shipowner Compagnie Fluvial de Transport (CFT), a subsidiary of the Sogestran Group. The...

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...

K Line establishes carbon neutral promotion group
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K Line establishes carbon neutral promotion group

K Line has announced the establishment of a new department focusing on businesses and projects for carbon neutrality including renewable energy effective on April 1st, 2021. The requirement of decarbonisation is rapidly growing in the world and it accelerates the expectation for business field of carbon neutrality, such as Renewable Energy projects including offshore wind,...

Stena unveils InfinityMAX concept vessel design
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Stena unveils InfinityMAX concept vessel design

Tanker shipping company Stena Bulk has unveiled its concept InfinityMAX hybrid bulk carrier design. The zero emissions vessel is expected to come into service between 2030 and 2035, providing the right level of matured technologies are available. The InfinityMAX concept, which is designed to carry both dry and wet cargoes in modular compartments, is built...

Maersk to operate world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel by 2023
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Maersk to operate world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel by 2023

A.P. Moller – Maersk is accelerating its efforts to decarbonise marine operations with plans to launch the world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel in 2023, seven years ahead of the initial 2030 ambition. All future Maersk owned new buildings will have dual fuel technology installed, enabling either carbon neutral operations or operation on standard very...

Driving the decade of wind propulsion
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Driving the decade of wind propulsion

The International Windship Association is spearheading a coordinated initiative to accelerate shipping decarbonisation.  The campaign is designed to accelerate the adoption of hybrid alternative propulsion methods, blending wind, alternative fuels and energy efficiency measures, the aim is to achieve a rapid and measurable decarbonisation of the global shipping fleet in the 2020s. Highlighting the unique...

AYRO wingsail propulsion system receives AiP from DNV
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AYRO wingsail propulsion system receives AiP from DNV

AYRO has been awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) for its Oceanwings 3.6.3 wind assisted propulsion system for ships from DNV GL. The Oceanwings 3.6.3 system is designed to enable shipowners and operators to leverage wind energy to improve the energy balance of individual vessels and fleets, thereby significantly reducing carbon emissions. Following 10 years...

Flo-Mar validates flow batteries for zero emission shipping
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Flo-Mar validates flow batteries for zero emission shipping

The Flow-Mar project, co-funded by the Clean Maritime Call, a MarRI-UK initiative supported by the Department for Transport, has completed its research to assess the feasibility of using innovative flow batteries in maritime applications to enable zero-emission marine propulsion and auxiliary power. The project has produced a concept design of the most suitable vessel type...

Windship Technology unveils zero emission ‘Tesla of the Seas’
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Windship Technology unveils zero emission ‘Tesla of the Seas’

Windship Technology, a British company with a whole-ship solution to tackle the CO2 emissions of the shipping industry, has unveiled a new triple-wing rig design to facilitate zero emission propulsion. The company also announced an investment partnership with DNV to assess and classify Windship Technology’s whole-ship design. Starting from a clean drawing board, technical director...

SINTEF joins IWSA to boost development of wind propulsion tech
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SINTEF joins IWSA to boost development of wind propulsion tech

SINTEF Ocean has announced that it is joining the International Windship Association (IWSA), the member driven association that promotes and helps facilitate the uptake of wind propulsion in commercial shipping. “A webinar co-hosted by SINTEF Ocean and NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) for the SFI Smart Maritime organisation in December 2020, confirmed there...

Advancing fuel cells for maritime applications
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Advancing fuel cells for maritime applications

Interest in hydrogen for marine applications is on the rise as the global shipping industry looks for ways to target the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from ocean-going vessels. This week Corvus Energy and Toyota announced a new partnership to commence development and production of sustainable, large scale maritime-certified hydrogen fuel-cell systems. We attended the...