Tag: <span>Zero Emissions</span>

Pacific Basin, Nihon, and Mitsui team up to develop zero-emission vessels
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Pacific Basin, Nihon, and Mitsui team up to develop zero-emission vessels

Dry bulk shipping company Pacific Basin Shipping has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Nihon Shipyard and Mitsui & Co to cooperate in the investigation and development of zero-emission vessels (ZEV) and investment in related bunkering infrastructure. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) aims to reduce the carbon intensity of global shipping by at least...

EyeGauge wins Yara Marine’s decarbonisation accelerator programme
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EyeGauge wins Yara Marine’s decarbonisation accelerator programme

Yara Marine has announced software design and development specialist EyeGauge as the winner of its Yara Marine X accelerator programme.  EyeGauge’s solution can digitally connect older equipment to enable affordable, rapid data-gathering that would otherwise be unavailable. This allows shipowners to streamline operations and gain efficiencies that will lead to lower emissions. EyeGauge will receive...

HAV receives preliminary approval for hydrogen-based energy system
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HAV receives preliminary approval for hydrogen-based energy system

HAV Group has been granted preliminary approval for the hydrogen-based energy system developed in the FreeCO2ast project. The approval is a major step towards the commercial use of hydrogen fuel by a commercial vessel. The Norwegian Maritime Authority has issued a statement of preliminary assessment which confirms that the alternative design is considered feasible and...

Ulstein unveils zero-emission ship design concept
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Ulstein unveils zero-emission ship design concept

Ulstein has unveiled a new 149m Replenishment, Research and Rescue (3R) vessel design, known as Ulstein Thor, which will feature a Thorium Molten Salt Reactor (MSR) to generate vast amounts of clean, safe electricity. This will enable the vessel to operate as a mobile power/charging station for a new breed of battery driven cruise ships.  The...

Start-up to bring IoT emissions monitoring tool to the maritime industry
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Start-up to bring IoT emissions monitoring tool to the maritime industry

Start-up Everimpact has secured support from eight shipping conglomerates and a fresh US$1.6M seed investment to bring its carbon monitoring and measuring IoT hardware solution to the maritime industry. Everimpact’s hardware is reportedly the only IoT capable of measuring real carbon emissions on an industrial or city-scale. The solution uses data from satellites, sensors, traffic,...

Zero-emission design concept for Handymax bulker unveiled
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Zero-emission design concept for Handymax bulker unveiled

Eco Marine Power has released details of a new Handymax bulker that incorporates a range of renewable energy solutions, energy-saving devices, electric propulsion and fuel cells.  This ship design concept is known as the Aquarius Eco Handymax II and all the technologies currently encompassed in the design are either currently available or under-development. The Aquarius...

Stena prepares four ferries for shore power
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Stena prepares four ferries for shore power

Stena Line has signed a contract with Yara Marine Technologies to install Yara’s shore power solution onboard four ferries.  When connected to the local power grid at the port, the turnkey solution will allow these vessels to eliminate emissions and noise that would otherwise have been produced by the vessels’ engines. The installations are scheduled...

ABB to power world’s first hybrid-electric biomass fuel carriers
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ABB to power world’s first hybrid-electric biomass fuel carriers

The Japanese Shipowners’ Association has announced that the Japanese shipping industry will take on the challenge of achieving net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050. One of its most significant initiatives is e5 Lab, a consortium comprising Asahi Tanker., Exeno Yamamizu, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, and Mitsubishi, with the purpose of developing renewably powered commercial...

Unitrove wins UK grant to develop world’s first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility
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Unitrove wins UK grant to develop world’s first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility

Unitrove, creator of the first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility for fuelling zero-emission ships has won a UK Government grant to develop a unit ready for rapid deployment to ports around the world. Steven Lua, CEO of Unitrove Innovation, part of the Unitrove Group, said the £30,000 Transport Research and Innovation Grant (TRIG), awarded by the...

Scandlines orders onshore ferry charging system from NES
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Scandlines orders onshore ferry charging system from NES

Scandlines has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) a contract to deliver an onshore charging system to the ferry operator’s berth in Rødby, Denmark, for the newbuild zero emission ferry. Norwegian maritime supplier NES will provide the complete onshore ferry-charging system for the Rødby ferry berth and connect the equipment to the onshore grid system. Scandlines’...