Environment

  • DFDS, Maersk commit to launch of Europe’s largest...

    DFDS Seaways and Maersk are joining with leaders from the agricultural industry in a project led by the Danish investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) for the establishment of Europe’s largest production facility of CO2-free green ammonia. The companies participating in the project are committing to work towards realizing the establishment of the facility and the use of the fuel to reduce carbon emissions from their operations.

     

  • EDP creates units to exploit green hydrogen and...

    The EDP Group has strengthened its commitment to decarbonization by launching two units that will exploit the potential of green hydrogen and energy storage systems. The H2 Business Unit (H2BU) will be the Group's new arm for the development of green hydrogen projects, while the dedicated storage unit, built in EDPR NA, will aim to achieve a storage capacity of 1 GW within five years.

     

  • Phil Sharp announces zero emission hydrogen...

    The British sailor, based in France, aims to demonstrate the potential of renewable energies by sailing around the world using a Hydrogen Power Module; a zero emission solution for boats for which he has led the development that has just been awarded the “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution” Label, a proof of high standards in profitability and sustainability. Today, he announces a racing and technological programme spanning over the next four years, including The Ocean Race and culminating with the Vendée Globe 2024-25.

     

  • Ecospray chooses relayr to revolutionize the...

    Ecospray, a company specializing in the research and development of cutting-edge systems for controlling air and gas emissions in industrial applications for the Maritime industry, has chosen relayr, a leading industrial IoT company based in Berlin, to create new IoT-based desulphurization solutions, driving the sector towards an increasingly digital, efficient and environmentally sustainable future.

     

  • Amsterdam tests shore power for shortsea vessels...

    As part of the effort to make the port environment more sustainable and improve air quality, the Port of Amsterdam working with the Dutch shipping company Wilson Eurocarriers conducted the first test of shore power for shortsea vessels at a terminal.

     

  • ONE becomes GoodShipping pioneer, decarbonising...

    Sustainable cargo initiative GoodShipping has today announced that it has successfully collaborated with leading container shipping liner Ocean Network Express (ONE) to advance the uptake of biofuel-driven carbon reduction services across the container shipping segment.

     

  • ECSA: EU should establish fuel supplier...

    European Community Shipowners’ Associations is calling on the European Commission to establish a system of incentives and targets for the marine fuel suppliers to support achieving the goals of decarbonization. According to the organization the EC needs to address the fuel suppliers in its efforts as they lead the market with ships being the user of the products made available to them.

     

  • Scope 3 emissions: how the freight industry will...

    In February 2020, BP announced that it aims to be “net zero across its operations on an absolute basis by 2050 or sooner”. In April 2020, Shell announced “we aim to be a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050 or sooner”. These ambitions relate to the three Greenhouse Gas Protocol ‘Scopes’. Scopes 1 and 2 relate to emissions directly and indirectly produced by a company, while Scope 3 emissions are much broader and relate to all other indirect emissions throughout a company’s value chain. Scope 3 goes far beyond Scopes 1 and 2 and requires collaboration across the entire value chain for compliance to be achieved.

     

  • NYK orders four LNG-fueled vehicle carriers from...

    Japan’s NYK Line announced that it has ordered four new LNG-fueled pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) as part of the company’s efforts to replace its current fleet with more environmentally-friendly vessels in line with the corporate strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

     

  • Equinor hires Aker Solutions to help electrify...

    Norway's Aker Solutions has secured a letter of intent from Equinor to carry out the topside work on the Troll B and C platforms offshore Norway to prepare them for power from shore, in order to reduce the CO2 emissions.

     

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DFDS, Maersk commit to launch of Europe’s largest Green Ammonia plant

DFDS Seaways and Maersk are joining with leaders from the agricultural industry in a project led by the Danish investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) for the establishment of Europe’s largest production facility of CO2-free green ammonia. The companies participating in the project are committing to work towards realizing the establishment of the facility and the use of the fuel to reduce carbon emissions from their operations.

 
English

EDP creates units to exploit green hydrogen and energy storage

The EDP Group has strengthened its commitment to decarbonization by launching two units that will exploit the potential of green hydrogen and energy storage systems. The H2 Business Unit (H2BU) will be the Group's new arm for the development of green hydrogen projects, while the dedicated storage unit, built in EDPR NA, will aim to achieve a storage capacity of 1 GW within five years.

 
English

Phil Sharp announces zero emission hydrogen campaign that will culminate in the 2024 Vendée Globe

The British sailor, based in France, aims to demonstrate the potential of renewable energies by sailing around the world using a Hydrogen Power Module; a zero emission solution for boats for which he has led the development that has just been awarded the “Solar Impulse Efficient Solution” Label, a proof of high standards in profitability and sustainability. Today, he announces a racing and technological programme spanning over the next four years, including The Ocean Race and culminating with the Vendée Globe 2024-25.

 
English

Ecospray chooses relayr to revolutionize the maritime industry with artificial intelligence powered solutions

Ecospray, a company specializing in the research and development of cutting-edge systems for controlling air and gas emissions in industrial applications for the Maritime industry, has chosen relayr, a leading industrial IoT company based in Berlin, to create new IoT-based desulphurization solutions, driving the sector towards an increasingly digital, efficient and environmentally sustainable future.

 
English

ECSA: EU should establish fuel supplier incentives for decarbonization

European Community Shipowners’ Associations is calling on the European Commission to establish a system of incentives and targets for the marine fuel suppliers to support achieving the goals of decarbonization. According to the organization the EC needs to address the fuel suppliers in its efforts as they lead the market with ships being the user of the products made available to them.

 
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