Decarbonization News


World’s Largest Automated Terminal: PSA Tuas Port Pioneering Automation Transformation with Event-Driven Architecture

Mar 29, 2024

PSA Tuas Port is on the path to becoming the world’s largest automated container terminal, boasting an annual handling capacity of 65 million Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) once it reaches full operational capacity in the 2040s. The inauguration of the first three berths during Phase One of its development in September 2022 marked a momentous milestone in Singapore’s maritime history, firmly establishing the nation as a global hub port powered by cutting-edge technologies…

Decarbonization is a Major Challenge for US Ports -Report

Apr 15, 2024

A large number of ports across the United States are making headway toward ambitious decarbonization targets, but many are running up against significant challenges that threaten their progress, according to a new report from classification…

ABS Embarks Project to Advance Offshore Electrical Power Bunkering

Apr 01, 2024

American Bureau Of Shipping (ABS) has joined the BlueBARGE project, a program funded by the Horizon Europe program and involving 14 partners from 10 European countries to develop a comprehensive solution for offshore electrical power bunkering…

ABB to Supply Shore Connection System for DEME’s Fleet in Vlissingen Port

Mar 20, 2024

ABB has secured a contract to deliver shore connection installations that will enable DEME’s fleet to avoid emissions when berthed in the Port of Vlissingen in the Netherlands.ABB’s shore connection technology will support DEME’s long-term decarbonization strategy…

Port of Skagen and Maersk’s Stillstrom Partner Up to Decarbonize Anchorage Zone

Mar 18, 2024

The Port of Skagen and Maersk’s offshore vessel-charging venture Stillstrom have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly explore the integration of offshore power and charging solutions into the anchorage zone of the Danish port known as Skagen Anchorage…

Wärtsilä Partners Up with EBDG to Reduce Port Emissions Across North America

Mar 05, 2024

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has entered into a collaboration agreement with U.S.-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) to further develop its Clean Harbor Alternative Mobile Power (CHAMP) Barge design…

ABB to Deliver Shore Connection Solution for Portsmouth International Port

Feb 28, 2024

ABB has secured an order with Portsmouth International Port to supply a shore connection solution for visiting ferries and cruise ships as part of the UK port’s Sea Change project.Shore connection allows visiting ferries and cruise ships to…

DP World and Masdar Team Up to Power Port Operations with Renewables

Feb 26, 2024

DP World has signed a partnership agreement with Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) to explore and implement renewable energy systems across its global port operations in the Middle East and Africa.The agreement aims to facilitate the…

BAR Tech Signs European Supplier for Wind Propulsion Systems

Feb 12, 2024

BAR Technologies, a developer of wind propulsion systems, has entered into partnership with floating offshore wind platforms pioneer Nervion Naval Offshore to manage and oversee the production of BAR Technologies’ wing sail design WindWings in Europe…

Headway Hosts Low Carbon Solutions Themed Seminar in Singapore

Jan 26, 2024

Headway Technology Group, a leader in green shipping technology, hosted a seminar on January 23, 2024, at Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay, Singapore. The event, themed 'Innovation for better low carbon solution' drew more than100 delegates, including representatives from Singaporean ship owners…

Metelo Starts Gateway Zero

Jan 16, 2024

Gateway Zero, a developer and investor focused exclusively on next-generation energy ports infrastructure, has launched. Its mission is to unblock the path to net zero through the continued expansion of global offshore wind, and by harnessing…

MOL First Shipping Company to Issue 'Blue Bonds'

Dec 15, 2023

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has decided to issue “blue bonds” through a public offering in Japan’s domestic market in January 2024, reportedly the world’s first blue bonds in the shipping industry, which refer to the guidance provided by the International…

DP World Partners with PIL in Net Zero Push

Dec 14, 2023

DP World announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Pacific International Lines (PIL) to jointly develop green solutions to decarbonize global supply chains. The agreement pairs DP World, which handles around 10% of the world’s container trade…

ESL Uses Multiple Modes to Cut Carbon Emissions 20%

Dec 13, 2023

Emirates Shipping Line (ESL) reports that it has cut 20% emissions on 75% of its fleet using a multi-prong approach of equipment technology and operational technique.A central aspect of the program involved a re-design of ESL’s vessels' propellers…

Nations and Industry Partners Respond to Green Shipping Challenge

Dec 11, 2023

Norway’s Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre and US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry are co-leading an international initiative to accelerate reduction of emissions from the shipping sector, and on December 1, during COP28, they…

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