The waterborne transport sector is on the radar of the European institutions. In June, the European Council approved the Council conclusions entitled “EU Waterborne Transport Sector – Future outlook: Towards a carbon-neutral, zero accidents, automated and competitive...
The Dutch “Master plan for a zero-emission maritime sector” aims for 30 zero-emission ocean-going and inland ships in 2030. Central to the plan is the financing and development of the needed technologies. Both the Ministry of Defence and Rijkswaterstaat...
‘Despite the current crisis, the inland navigation market will see growth,’ says President of Dutch trade organisation BLN-Schuttevaer Dominic Schrijer. And this growth will have to be “green”, ‘but the investments needed for this cannot...
The European Commission wants to end tax exemptions for maritime and aviation fuels and plans to include the maritime industry in the EU emissions trading scheme. The plans are part of the Commission’s European Green Deal. ‘The price of transport must...
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