The ground-breaking maritime innovation project is granted EUR 8m in European funding as the Norwegian government announces a strengthened focus on the development and commercialization of hydrogen as a carbon-neutral fuel.
If Svalbard is to be preserved as an attractive destination in the future, the traffic must be regulated so that the vulnerable wilderness nature of Svalbard is preserved.
The Norwegian Maritime Authority has laid down amendments to the Regulations on environmental safety and the Regulations on port State control.
After having been informed by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform and Bellona that the TIDE CARRIER had been sold for illegal, dirty and dangerous scrapping to a South Asian beaching facility.
World’s first full scale ship tunnel is not a mere proposal now as the Norwegian government has recently approved NOK 2.7bn in funds for the Stad Ship Tunnel project.
The Norwegian authorities’ target for 2030 is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% compared to what they were 40 years earlier.