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NORWAY AIMS TO SPEED UP MARITIME GREEN TRANSITION

NORWAY AIMS TO SPEED UP MARITIME GREEN TRANSITION

Shipbuilding group Vard has joined 12 research institutes and over 50 industrial partners in establishing a new research centre for renewable energy to speed up the green transition in the maritime sector. The centre, FME Maritime Energy Transition (MarTrans), has...

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EU HORIZON LAUNCHES €5M BATTERY RESEARCH PROJECT

EU HORIZON LAUNCHES €5M BATTERY RESEARCH PROJECT

A consortium of European partners, including marine energy storage system supplier Corvus Energy, has launched the EU Horizon DigiBatt Research Project - a significant initiative within research, battery cell manufacturing, testing and battery system providers, aimed...

LR-LED STUDY CONCLUDES ALTERNATIVE FUELS ARE CRITICAL FOR GHG CUTS

LR-LED STUDY CONCLUDES ALTERNATIVE FUELS ARE CRITICAL FOR GHG CUTS

Alternative fuels, green steel and renewable energy are fundamental to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction during the life cycle of a vessel, according a study carried out by a Lloyd's Register (LR), Knutsen, HDKSOE and HHI Joint Development Project (JDP). The...

SLOVENIAN UNIVERSITY JOINS EUROPEAN WATERBORNE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM

SLOVENIAN UNIVERSITY JOINS EUROPEAN WATERBORNE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM

In order to provide input and collaborate with the key players in the transition to a zero-emission, digital, safe, secure and competitive waterborne sector, the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) has recently joined the Waterborne Technology Platform. The Waterborne...

ENERGY ANALYST JOINS MAERSK R&D CENTRE

ENERGY ANALYST JOINS MAERSK R&D CENTRE

The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping (MMMZCS) and global energy analyst Rystad Energy have signed a Knowledge Partnership Agreement to formalise their collaboration. As official partners, MMMZCS and Rystad Energy have embarked on a long-term...

ICS-COMMISSIONED STUDY LOOKS AT ENERGY EFFICIENCY vs NOISE POLLUTION

ICS-COMMISSIONED STUDY LOOKS AT ENERGY EFFICIENCY vs NOISE POLLUTION

A new study by the University of Southampton commissioned by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) assesses the interrelationship, and highlights the significant synergy, between measures aimed at enhancing ship energy efficiency and underwater radiated noise...

ELOGEN JOINS FRENCH GREEN HYDROGEN PARTNERSHIP

ELOGEN JOINS FRENCH GREEN HYDROGEN PARTNERSHIP

French PEM electrolysis company Elogen, part of the GTT group, has signed a joint partnership agreement with CNRS and Université Paris-Saclay to create a joint research laboratory looking into green hydrogen production. Hydrogen is seen as a key lever in successfully...

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LACK OF YARD CAPACITY COULD DELAY DECARBONISATION, SAYS LR

LACK OF YARD CAPACITY COULD DELAY DECARBONISATION, SAYS LR

A Lloyd’s Register (LR) report on the state of technology, integration and compliance, alongside the business case for retrofitting vessels, has found that repair yard capability and capacity concerns could thwart the uptake of alternative fuel technology onboard...

JAPANESE PROJECT WILL TEST H2 FUEL ON NEWBUILD SHIP

JAPANESE PROJECT WILL TEST H2 FUEL ON NEWBUILD SHIP

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), MOL Drybulk, Onomichi Dockyard, Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Japan Engine Corporation (J-Eng) have conducted a risk assessment of a multi-purpose vessel powered by zero-emission hydrogen fuel. The project has been granted Approval in Principle...

METHANE SLIP ABATEMENT TRIAL BEGINS ON LNG CARRIER

METHANE SLIP ABATEMENT TRIAL BEGINS ON LNG CARRIER

Swiss company Daphne Technology has announced that its SlipPure methane reduction system is being trialled on a gas carrier, ‘Maran Gas Chios’, in a collaborative project involving various partners. Joining Daphne Technology in the project are Lloyd's Register (LR) as...

MOL TO OPERATE JAPAN’S NEW GREEN ARCTIC RV

MOL TO OPERATE JAPAN’S NEW GREEN ARCTIC RV

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) group companies MOL Ship Management and MOL Marine & Engineering have been selected as a pre-commissioning crew dispatcher and expected operator for a new Arctic research vessel (RV) ordered by the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and...

FMD SIGNS ALTERNATIVE FUEL MoU WITH US LAB

FMD SIGNS ALTERNATIVE FUEL MoU WITH US LAB

US engine company Fairbanks Morse Defense (FMD) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), the US Department of Energy’s largest multidisciplinary laboratory have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the development and integration of...

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