Green Ports


Home-Grown: S. Korea's First OCCS put to the Test

Jul 10, 2024

KR announced the successful installation of an onboard carbon capture system (OCCS) with purely domestic technology, and it will soon undergo internal verification testing.The project began in April 2023 as a collaborative effort with HMM, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and PANASIA…

New 250kW Hydrogen Fuel Cell Prepped for Maritime

Jul 10, 2024

Sydrogen Energy Pte. Ltd. (Sydrogen), a Singapore-based fuel cell components and systems company, announced its entry into the maritime market with a 250 kW fuel cell power module. Developed in a collaboration signed with Shanghai Hydrogen Propulsion Technology Co…

SAAM Terminals, Next Port AI Partner

Jul 08, 2024

SAAM Terminals closed a global collaboration agreement with Next Port AI, the technology subsidiary of the global company Moffatt & Nichol, to implement its new platform that combine DigitalTwin and Artificial Intelligence technologies: a digital replica of the port´s physical assets…

Fratelli Cosulich Orders Pair of Chemical Bunkering Tankers

Jul 08, 2024

Fratelli Cosulich Group placed an order for two 7,999 dwt IMO2 chemical bunkering tankers at Taizhou Maple Leaf Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., with options to build two more units.The delivery of the first of these methanol-ready vessels will be in the first half of 2026…

Port Dwellers Hope Cruise Ships' Switch to Shore Power Will Ease Their Pain

Jul 02, 2024

Residents near the port of Lisbon and elsewhere hope plug-in infrastructure can take some of the pain out of sharing their cities with cruise ships that belch out fumes while pleasure-seeking passengers see the sights.European Union rules designed…

LA/Long Beach Ports Invest $25 Million for Truck Charging

Jul 02, 2024

The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles will provide $25 million for a partnership with regional air quality agencies to jump-start charging infrastructure for electric heavy-duty drayage trucks.The $135 million in projects led by the Mobile…

Ship Tech Facilitate 'Green' Shipping is Ready to Go, Says Haslebakke

Jun 27, 2024

Recognizing the need for climate action, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adapted a new strategy in 2023 to incorporate a net-zero emissions goal for all vessels by or around 2050. 'With a lifetime of 20-30 years for a vessel built today…

New Hybrid-electric Cranes Arrive at Port Houston

Jun 26, 2024

Port Houston announced the arrival of six hybrid-electric rubber-tired gantry (RTG) cranes that will help the port to boost sustainability and operational efficiency.Including this most-recent delivery, the Port has acquired 26 new RTGs since December 2023…

Chris-Marine and Veracity by DNV Partner

Jun 25, 2024

Chris-Marine AB announced a strategic partnership with Veracity by DNV which integrates Trust-Ocean, Chris-Marine’s performance and emissions monitoring solution, with Veracity, a maritime emissions cloud from DNV.'Integrating Trust-Ocean with DNV's maritime emissions cloud…

Höegh Autoliners Orders Customized Simulators from Kongsberg Digital

Jun 24, 2024

Höegh Autoliners ordered from Kongsberg Digital a K-Sim Navigation and K-Sim Engine simulator models, specifically designed for training crew on environmentally friendly Höegh's Aurora Class vessels.Höegh’s new vessels will be the largest and…

Zinus to Deliver CMS for Shore Power System at Portsmouth Port

Jun 20, 2024

Zinus announced it has secured a contract with ABB for the delivery of the CRU500 cable management system (CMS) for end-client Portsmouth International Port.The contract entails the delivery of one CMS Cruise unit along with three shore-side cabinets…

With Pending Regulations, Marinfloc Pioneers in Wastewater Treatment

Jun 20, 2024

As the maritime industry prepares for the revision of MEPC 107(49) in 2025, a regulation overdue for more than 15 years, many manufacturers of bilge water separators are facing the challenge of redesigning their concepts to adapt to a new reality…

Shore Power Launched for Cruise Ships at PortMiami

Jun 18, 2024

Shore power has arrived for ships docked at PortMiami, and Carnival Conquest represented Carnival Corporation at a celebratory event on Monday announcing it will be the first cruise ship to plug into landside electrical power at the cruise capital of the world…

US Harbor Craft: Measuring Opportunity for Zero Emissions

Jun 18, 2024

There are more than 4,000 harbor craft vessels in the U.S. deemed highly suited for zero-emissions operations, according to a recent report produced by CALSTART in partnership with Intelatus Global Partners.The report - “Sizing the U.S. and California Harbor Craft Market” - looked at the U…

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