Decarbonisation

Norway’s Maritime Cleantech welcomes new collaborators

Norway’s Maritime Cleantech welcomes new collaborators

Maritime CleanTech, a proponent of green initiatives in the maritime sector has announced it will be collaborating with several key companies.  Ada Jakobsen, CEO of Maritime CleanTech, expressed enthusiasm about the expanded network, underscoring the profound significance of each member’s contributions to the collective endeavor. “Together, we are not merely navigating the seas; rather, we […]

Idwal launches digital platform for maritime inspection and fleet management

Idwal launches digital platform for maritime inspection and fleet management

Idwal, a specialist in ship pre-purchase inspections, has unveiled its latest product – Idwal ID, a digital platform which the company hopes will help to redefine the landscape of maritime inspections. The company aims to improve standardisation in fleet inspections, offering a comprehensive condition improvement program which feature a detailed analysis of individual assets within fleets.  […]

Japanese consortium signs contracts for construction of ammonia-fuelled gas carrier

Japanese consortium signs contracts for construction of ammonia-fuelled gas carrier

In a move towards harnessing more sustainable technology, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), Japan Engine Corporation, IHI Power Systems Co., and Nihon Shipyard Co., Ltd. have inked contracts for the construction of the world’s first ammonia-fueled medium gas carrier (AFMGC).   The vessel, a 40,000 m³ type ammonia fuel ammonia carrier, is set to be delivered […]

RINA conference provides intense debate on CII rating system and maritime decarbonisation

RINA conference provides intense debate on CII rating system and maritime decarbonisation

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) concluded its technical conference on Managing CII and Associated Challenges this week on 17th January. The conference painted a revealing picture of the maritime industry at a pivotal moment as it delved into the adoption of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) rating system.    […]

From metrics to measures: IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator one year on

From metrics to measures: IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator one year on

Whether you consider it a utilitarian solution for determining shipping’s contribution towards greenhouse gas emissions, or an inherently flawed regulatory instrument that fails to grasp the nuances of ship operations, IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator is now an inescapable reality. By 31 March 2024, shipowners should have submitted their calculated CII to their nominated Data Collection […]

RINA conference explores maritime carbon intensity solutions and sustainable practices

RINA conference explores maritime carbon intensity solutions and sustainable practices

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects’ (RINA) Technical Conference on Managing CII and Associated Challenges began today at the International Maritime Organization’s Headquarters in London.   The conference, the first of its kind organised by RINA,  provided a comprehensive exploration of Carbon Intensity Indicators (CII) and the profound impact the rating system will have on the […]

Quick wins: 15% of the global fleet is ripe for decarbonisation, says Powercell

Quick wins: 15% of the global fleet is ripe for decarbonisation, says Powercell

By Johan Burgren, business manager Marine, PowerCell   To date, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has focused many of its greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations on bigger ships in the merchant fleet that make up 85% of the industry’s carbon footprint. But it is the other 15% – such as short-sea fixed route shipping – where ultra-low- and […]

AYK Marine has disruptive ambitions for marine battery market

AYK Marine has disruptive ambitions for marine battery market

Andorra-headquartered AYK Marine batteries is emerging as one of the prime disruptors in the marine battery industry thanks to innovation in design, safety and driving down production costs. AYK, established by marine battery pioneer and electrical engineer Chris Kruger in 2018, is seeing a surge in demand since opening a new state-of-the-art automated manufacturing plant in […]

45% of 2023 newbuilding orders are alternative fuel capable, says Clarksons

45% of 2023 newbuilding orders are alternative fuel capable, says Clarksons

Clarksons Research has published data indicating that nearly half of all vessels ordered last year by tonnage will be capable of running on some form of alternative fuel. The latest edition of Clarksons’ Green Technology Tracker report, published on the 2nd January, charts the continuing progress of alternative fuel uptake and investments in energy saving […]

NYK Line announces ‘long-term’ biofuels trial

NYK Line announces ‘long-term’ biofuels trial

Japanese shipowner NYK Line has announced it will commence full-scale trials exploring the long-term use of biofuels during its 2024 financial year, following the short-term trials it has been undertaking since 2019. Between 2019 and 2023 the operator has successfully conducted test voyages using biofuels on seven oceangoing vessels, mainly bulk carriers and two tugboats. […]

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