The European Parliament has voted to extend the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to the shipping sector – which currently pays nothing to emit CO2.
Ballard’s FCwaveTM fuel cell product is a 200-kilowatt (kW) modular unit that can be scaled in series up to the multi-megawatt (MW) power level.
Swedish tanker FURE VEN becomes the first foreign flagged vessel to bunker LNG in the United States, at Eagle LNG’s Talleyrand Bunker Station in Jacksonville
We want to become climate neutral by 2050 and are aiming for a relative reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by close to 45% from 2008 to 2030.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding is working in cooperation with “K” Line and ClassNK, to conduct test operations and measurements for a small scale ship-based CO2 capture demonstration plant.
The International Maritime Organisation’s fourth Greenhouse Gas Study highlights that the shipping industry has continued its trend of decoupling emissions growth from the global growth of seaborne trade.
Global industry averages for CO2 emissions per container per kilometer decreased by 5.6 percent and 2.5 percent for Dry and Reefer (refrigerated) indexes, respectively.
Japanese nine companies have started the Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group (hereinafter referred to as “WG”) formed within Japan’s Carbon Capture & Reuse Study Group, and held its first meeting.
To decarbonize maritime transport, the Environment Committee voted on Tuesday to include CO2 emissions from the maritime sector in the EU Emissions Trading System.