From 1 January 2024, shipping will be included in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS). Based on current emissions, Hecla Emissions Management has calculated what the ETS bill will look like for shipping, beginning at well over EUR 3 billion in 2024. The European...
Exposure to carbon pricing may seem like a threat to some shipowners and charterers. The aim, after all, is to encourage a switch to green fuels that will likely be more expensive than fossil fuels, accompanied by costly changes to operations. But these incentives and...
European shipowners welcome the outcome of the provisional agreement on the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) maritime. The EU Parliament and Council have embraced the calls of industry stakeholders to earmark EU ETS revenues back to the maritime sector to support its...
One can easily state that most maritime professionals were looking forward to meeting all “the who is who” in shipbuilding and shipping at the Hamburg SMM, the leading international maritime trade fair, to see what innovations could help us to come to zero-emission...
The European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA) is pleased the European Council supports the mandatory pass-through of Emission Trading System (ETS) costs to the commercial operator, which upholds “the polluter-pays principle”. Yet, the organisation...
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