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Rotterdam Port to House Battolyser Plant for Green Hydrogen Production

Nov 28, 2022

The Port of Rotterdam on Monday said it will help develop a 14,000 square metre factory for Battolyser Systems, a company that designs combined battery and green hydrogen production machines.Financial terms were not disclosed.The port, which has announced a series of hydrogen-related deals this year, said it views the company, a spin-off from the Delft University of Technology, as an anchor for a part of the port that will be devoted to companies helping to get carbon out of supply chains…

Corvus Containerized ESS Will Charge Crowley's eWolf Electric Tug

Dec 01, 2022

Corvus Energy on Thursday announced it will supply shoreside battery energy storage systems (ESS) for Crowley's eWolf, the first zero-emission, all-electric tugboat being built for operations in the U.S.The system will consist of two Corvus…

Seabin Sponsored by Local Fuel Ltd at Shoreham Port

Nov 29, 2022

Shoreham Port tenant Local Fuel Ltd is  sponsoring a Seabin to help collect litter within the port's canal.The Local Fuel Seabin is one of 860 Seabins across the globe installed to collect plastics and litter from their marine environments. Created by the Seabin Project…

Furetank Gets Grant Funding for Shore Power Setup

Nov 29, 2022

Furetank has been granted state and EU climate investment support for installing shore power connection on a tanker currently in production.The funding will be provided by Klimatklivet, an initiative by the The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and NextGenerationEU…

Propane: An Alternative Energy Source for Cargo Handling Equipment

Nov 28, 2022

The clean alternative energy source for various port applicationsThe maritime industry is under pressure from federal regulations and communities when it comes to emissions and environmental impact. While maintaining productivity levels, port…

Port of London Looks to Expand River Commerce at Isle of Dogs Pier

Nov 23, 2022

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has acquired Masthouse Terrace Pier on the Isle of Dogs in East London in an effort to increase light freight on the river.Port of London officials view the project as a step up for London's working river and maritime commerce industry…

Hutchison Ports BEST Installs Solar Panels

Nov 23, 2022

Hutchison Ports BEST terminal has installed 1,832 solar panels on almost half a hectare of its buildings. BEST has already contracted electricity with a 100% renewable origin guarantee at the beginning of 2022.This is an auto-supply installation capable of generating 1…

KR Signs On to Help Bring Methanol Bunkering to Ulsan

Nov 22, 2022

Classification society Korean Register (KR) and Ulsan Port Authority (UPA) have signed an MOU to support methanol-fueled ships and establish the South Korean port as a low-carbon, eco-friendly energy hub.The agreement was made in response to…

The World Can Harness Trade to Save the Planet

Nov 21, 2022

Trade is a major cause of global warming. Think of all those goods travelling from far away on polluting ships – and raw materials and components whizzing across the world in complex supply chains.But the right trade policies can also do a lot to save the planet…

Seymour Sun, Grouse Sun Garner Green Ship Award

Nov 18, 2022

Delivered in January 2022 and April 2022 respectively from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in South Korea, the Seymour Sun and Grouse Sun are owned by NYK Bulkship Asia Pte. Ltd., were recognized recently with the 'Green Ship Award' at the Singapore Registry…

Maersk Inks Green Methanol Supply Deal with US-based Carbon Sink

Nov 16, 2022

Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller - Maersk announced it is partnering with U.S.-based Carbon Sink to secure a supply of green methanol for its next generation of cleaner burning containerships.Under a recently signed letter of intent (LOI),…

APM Terminals Aarhus Running on 100% Renewable Electricity

Nov 16, 2022

APM Terminals Aarhus in Denmark recently revealed it is now running on 100% renewable electricity as it strives to offer fossil-free container handling.The milestone occurs well ahead of the terminal operator's goal to source 80% of all electricity consumed in the container handling…

Stolt Tankers Partners with Stolthaven Terminals to Treat Wastewater On Shore

Nov 16, 2022

Stolt Tankers and Stolthaven Terminals have partnered to remove and sustainably treat wastewater from ships docked in Houston.In June 2021 the two divisions began a pilot program to identify and balance the challenges, costs and benefits of…

New Report Tracks the Maritime Industry's Progress to Net Zero

Nov 15, 2022

A new report from the Global Maritime Forum, prepared on behalf of the Getting to Zero Coalition, assesses progress toward the development of Green Shipping Corridors - maritime routes between major port hubs where zero-emission solutions are…

Port of Los Angeles Signs MOU with JETRO

Nov 15, 2022

Officials from the Port of Los Angeles and Japan External Trade Organization Los Angeles Office (JETRO Los Angeles) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to further promote cooperation in several key strategic areas, including sustainability…

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