An infographics explaining all the important and “talked about” green technologies which are being used to make eco-friendly ships in the maritime industry.
Wind energy is one of the most promising renewable sources of energy for ship propulsion. A variety of technologies have been developed to harness wind power which would help reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions from ships. Learn about seven of the best shipping concepts and technologies utilizing wind energy.
MV Hallaig is the first passenger/vehicular ferrying Ro-Ro ship in the world to be equipped with a multi-fueling system. The world’s first hybrid ferry is built under the “Low Emissions Hybrid Ferries Project”.
The Nichioh Maru Car Carrier is an eco-friendly ship which is supposed to be the first car carrier with solar energy power generation system. The solar ship can accommodate up to 1400 cars and has 28 solar panels.
Auriga Leader is the world’s first partially propelled cargo ship, fitted with over 300 solar arrays that generate around 10 percent of its required operating power. Know more in this green ship inside the article.
Designed by SCOD – Sauter Carbon Offset Design – one of the world’s best marine designing conglomerate, Ocean Supremacy is expected to be a super-yacht marvel and the greenest yacht ever. Find out more about Ocean supremacy inside the article.
The shipping industry has come a long way as far as advancement in technologies to build greener ships is concerned. We bring to you thirteen technologies that can help to build a greener and eco-friendly ship.
Tsekoa II, a Canadian Coast Guard Vessel, would soon be converted into a ship that would run on fuel cell batteries. Find out more inside.
Aghia Marine is a dry bulk cargo carrier and soon to be the world’s largest ship equipped with kite technology of skysails. Know more about Aghia Marine Inside the article.
Viking Lady is considered one o f most fuel efficient ship in the world with its fuel cell propulsion system. Know more about this green ship inside the article.