A unique solar-powered smart buoy is now being tested in the Stockholm fairway. As part of the Intelligent Sea EU project, Ports of Stockholm is testing smart navigational markers, among other things for improved efficiency of service and maintenance.
The three Baltic Sea ports in collaboration have each invested in onshore power electricity connections that will significantly reduce the emission of air pollutants from vessels at the quayside.
Ports of Stockholm has been granted building permits to equip Stockholm’s central quays with onshore power connections for cruise ships.
The Mein Schiff 1 cruise ship has kicked off the cruise season at Ports of Stockholm. Despite the pandemic, Stockholm is still a top choice destination as cruise organisers slowly.
Ports of Stockholm has been awarded funding from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the EU for investing in onshore power supply.
Ports of Stockholm’s all-new freight port, Stockholm Norvik Port, opened in May in a location that offers new opportunities for efficient and sustainable transportation in the expanding Stockholm and Mälardalen region.
The establishment of Euroglobe at Stockholm Norvik Port creates entirely new opportunities for handling goods between different modes of transport and handling export goods.
Ports of Stockholm has applied for EU grant funding for an environmental initiative that would result in significant reductions in carbon dioxide and other air pollutant emissions from the cruise ships in Stockholm.
The 2020 cruise season is expected to be another record year in terms of passenger numbers for Ports of Stockholm. The season will see almost 290 cruise calls, with as many as 13 maiden visits.