The maritime industry in the Northern Netherlands is pooling its knowledge and capabilities to take on the technological challenges and become a global player in “green”, clean shipping and digital shipbuilding. A European grant of 1.4 million euros is to...
Scotland is planning to turn its economy into net-zero by 2045. To achieve this ambitious target, the UK’s nation will establish sustainable and green ports. Nine areas across the country have been accepted as the future locations for environmentally-friendly...
The government is freeing up extra money for research into and innovations in cleaner and smarter transport. In total, it concerns a package of EUR 150 million from which companies and knowledge institutes in the automotive, aviation and maritime sectors can benefit....
Damen Shipyards and Echandia have teamed up to develop the first fully-electric ship-handling tug in the world. The tug is planned to service New Zealand’s largest container terminal, the Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL). The new strategic partnership sees Damen...
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