Tag Archives: decarbonization

Hydrogen-Powered Vessel Paves the Way for Zero-Emission Shipping

A hydrogen-powered passenger vessel, Hydroville, was launched by the Antwerp-based maritime group Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB). It is the first certified vessel to use dual fuel-combustion engines, burning both hydrogen and diesel to power its propulsion. Hydrogen-injected diesel engines aren’t covered by the standard rules of the marine classification society, and Lloyd’s Register says it used a risk-based design approach

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Summit Drives Action on Decarbonization of Global Shipping

“Ambition 1.5˚C: Global Shipping’s Action Plan” is a summit held in Bonn, Germany today as part of the 23rd Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP23) to the UN Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The summit is meant to facilitate group-think activities and capture ideas from cross-industry, high-level working groups to develop innovative solutions for rapid decarbonization of the

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Offshore Energy Conference Highlights Marine Energy

The Dutch Energy from Water Association (EWA) and Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) are leading a five-hour event in Amsterdam today to discuss the marine industry’s role in providing EU electricity and to highlight advances in international marine energy projects, infrastructure, offshore safety, construction, environmental monitoring and recent research and development. The marine energy event is part of the 2017

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