RINA and Fincantieri have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop synergies in the field of decarbonisation
Maritime decarbonization needs financial instruments – but these need to take into account the needs of developing countries, to ensure no one is left behind.
Swiss based marine engine technology developer WinGD has published a new white paper outlining the steps it believes will enable deep-sea shipping to decarbonize in line with IMO provisions.
Data analysis on bulk carriers imagines ‘what if EEXI was implemented in 2019?’, and demonstrates that de-rating engines would only impact speed in limited circumstances
The decarbonization of the global shipping industry will require new low-carbon fuels. This presents a great opportunity for developing countries, a COP 26 side event heard.
Industry leaders will sound a warning that lack of investment in developing green technologies is the biggest threat to achieving decarbonisation targets, at one of the largest ever meetings of shipping executives and maritime states at COP26.
IMO-UNEP-Norway Zero-and Low-Emission Innovation Forum highlighted challenges and opportunities for decarbonization, financing, building on innovation and best practices.
The start of a new partnership will enable the largest feeder and shortsea operator in Europe to immediately decarbonise its seaborne operations
Erik Hånell, President and CEO, Stena Bulk, comments on Stena Bulk becoming a signatory of the Global Maritime Forum’s Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization ahead of COP26.