Green City Ferries announced today the award of contracts for key suppliers to provide the emission-free propulsion system for Beluga24 – the world’s first high-speed emission-free catamaran passenger ferry.
KM has just been commissioned to supply a complete propulsion and control system package for a forthcoming Scandlines zero-emissions vessel which, when built, is destined to be the world’s largest all-electric double-ended ferry.
NYK and Power X agreed to a MoU to jointly study the possibility of collaboration on development of marine batteries for ships, in addition to trial navigation and promotion of a power-transfer vessel.
CCR Study Group has confirmed that carbon recycled methane produced by methanation technology (Note 1) can be recognized as zero-emission ship fuel.
MSC takes its commitment to decarbonisation extremely seriously. However, this is a complex endeavour that requires commitment and a long-term vision.
Rail Innovators Group (RIG) initiated a joint development agreement together with Railway equipment manufacturer CRRC in 2018, aiming to replace diesel shunting locomotives in the port of Rotterdam.
The global trade association for ship operators, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), welcomes the launch of Mission Innovation’s ‘Mission for Shipping’.
Governments of the three countries, together with the Global Maritime Forum and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, will spearhead initiatives decarbonizing the entire maritime value chain.
Höegh Autoliners is accelerating its decarbonisation efforts to meet its goal of a zero-emissions future.