Energy & Technology – Page 5

  • shore power
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    Shore power double

    2021-05-14T11:27:00Z

    Shore power is being doubled at a UK port to support sustainable cruising.

  • Cavotec intends to lead the electrification of its markets says CEO, Mikael Norin Photo: Cavotec
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    Clean tech investment

    2021-05-12T11:50:00Z

    A port equipment expert is spending €20 million to up its capacity in producing clean technology.

  • Harbour redevelopment
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    Offshore wind focus

    2021-05-06T13:55:00Z

    Harbour redevelopment at a French port will enable offshore wind development.

  • San Diego its doubling its shore power capability Photo: Port of San Diego Wikipedia/ CC BY 2.0
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    Doubling shore power

    2021-05-05T13:00:00Z

    San Diego is doubling shore power capability to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • From 2022, NUTEP Container Terminal LLC will use electricity generated from wind energy Photo: NUTEP
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    Russia gets wind powered

    2021-04-14T13:39:00Z

    Russia’s largest terminals in the Azov Black Sea region will be switching to wind power in 2022.

  • Hydroville was the first class approved passenger ferry which is powered with two dual fuel hydrogen-diesel drive trains Photo: CMB
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    Pioneering hydrogen marine power

    2021-04-13T12:47:00Z

    A pioneer in the field of hydrogen power for shipping is equipping a major European port with both vessels and infrastructure needed so it can embrace the eco-friendly fuel, writes Anne-Marie Causer

  • After simulation training, productivity has been found to improve by over 15% Photo: Port of Tilbury
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    Leading the charge in digitalisation

    2021-04-08T12:34:00Z

    The pandemic and modern challenges have rapidly increased the embrace of digital adoption in every industry and ports are no different.

  • Ecoslops unit
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    Oil recycling goes full circle

    2021-04-01T12:32:00Z

    The circular economy is playing an increasingly important role in the decarbonisation agenda for ports and Ecoslops is a driving force, writes Rebecca Jeffrey.

  • Eastern Energy Facility
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    Gearing up for offshore energy

    2021-03-31T15:02:00Z

    Green port infrastructure will be developed at a UK port to meet the needs of the offshore energy industry.

  • Port of Cromarty Firth
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    Port support for WindEurope

    2021-03-16T17:00:00Z

    WindEurope and its Offshore Wind Ports Platform has gained its first independent UK port authority member.

  • wind turbine blades
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    UK throws its weight behind offshore wind

    2021-03-12T11:50:00Z

    Two new UK ports will be constructed to support the development of next-generation offshore wind projects with up to GB£95m investment.

  • Port of Southampton
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    UK needs to support shore power in ports

    2021-03-01T15:25:00Z

    UK Government support is essential to enable shore power projects for reduced emissions and decarbonisation in ports, a new report has found.

  • offshore wind
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    UK freeport to boost offshore wind investment

    2021-02-25T16:32:00Z

    A proposed new freeport in the UK will turbo-charge the development of an offshore wind hub according to the partnership of businesses and public authorities backing the bid.

  • battery shore power
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    Shore power drives sustainable shipping

    2021-02-18T12:06:00Z

    One EU port has achieved a sustainable first by using a battery to help charge up a short sea vessel at a terminal.

  • Bates Clean Energy Terminal
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    UK port launches clean energy terminal

    2021-02-15T16:40:00Z

    One UK port has developed a clean energy terminal offering low-carbon focused investment and innovation opportunities.

  • Zeebrugge is already an experienced, state-of-the-art natural gas hub Photo: Port of Zeebrugge
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    Port merger to create green energy hub

    2021-02-15T13:41:00Z

    The ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge are to merge in order to maximise sustainable growth, resilience and leadership in the energy and digital transition.

  • Port of Nigg
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    Scottish port takes key offshore wind role

    2021-02-11T15:51:00Z

    Scotland''s Port of Nigg has been chosen as a base for foundation structures being used for a major offshore wind farm project.

  • The autonomous ships will save around 5,000t of CO2 every year Photo: Naval Dynamics
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    Autonomous vessels will cut emissions

    2021-01-27T10:58:00Z

    Two autonomous battery-electric ro-ro vessels under construction in India will help cut shipping emissions in Norway when launched.

  • Kalmar Hybrid RTG
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    Hybrid RTGs cut emissions

    2021-01-12T12:18:00Z

    Cargotec’s Kalmar will supply a US terminal operator with six hybrid rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) for fuel efficiency and minimal emissions.

  • The port is working through an innovative asset electrification programme Photo: Port of Tyne
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    Clean energy analysis cuts carbon emissions

    2021-01-05T13:52:00Z

    Two clean energy initiatives have reduced one British port’s diesel consumption and eliminated 700 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.