At COP26, 22 countries, including the UK, US and the Netherlands, have signed the Clydebank Declaration. The signatories seek to facilitate the establishment of partnerships, between ports, operators and others along the value chain, to accelerate the decarbonisation...
The international shipping industry faces possibly historic moments over the coming weeks with decisions forthcoming on how to ensure ships’ emissions will reduce significantly over the coming years. In his latest opninion piece, SWZ|Maritime’s...
Ferry operator Stena Line, Frederikshavn Municipality, and the Port of Frederikshavn have signed an agreement for making Gothenburg-Frederikshavn the world’s first fossil fuel free ferry line of its kind. The route is to be operated by two battery-powered Stena...
Holland Shipyards Group (HSG) will retrofit Future Proof Shipping’s inland vessel Maas to a zero-emissions hydrogen propulsion system. After months of energy profiling, the 110 x 11.45-metre container ship will be retrofitted at the HSG yard in Hardinxveld...
Maersk has now identified four alternative fuels with which the Danish container shipping company wants to realise its ambition of being CO2 neutral by 2050. They are ammonia, methanol, biodiesel and lignin. The latter fuel is made from biomass such as rice. The...
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