Environment & Sustainability

  • ESPO and Interferry intend to take a joint approach on the uptake of OPS Pictured: Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO and Mike Corrigan, Interferry
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    Europe pushes shore power

    2022-05-25T15:01:00Z

    European ports and Interferry have agreed to prioritise onshore power for the ferry sector

  • Automated and smart processes are shifting ports from asset operators to service orchestrators
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    Next-generation wireless port technology

    2022-05-25T09:34:00Z

    Supply chain issues, trade deal delays, staff absences and freight operation difficulties challenged port operations during the pandemic, but there is one sure way to boost efficiency in the future writes Chris Mason at Rajant Corporation

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    Making Brisbane future ready

    2022-05-25T09:21:00Z

    A new green cruise terminal development at the Port of Brisbane is confirming the port’s emerging identity as a significant player in the Australian cruise market, writes Michele Witthaus

  • The conference is being delivered by the Maritime 2050 Innovation Hub at Port of Tyne
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    Maritime Innovation Week

    2022-05-24T10:59:00Z

    The Port of Tyne has created its first ever Maritime Innovation Week to help ports across the UK achieve their emissions targets

  • Panama will soon be a key global biofuel logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports
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    Global biofuel facility

    2022-05-23T10:06:00Z

    A partnership with the Government of Panama will provide a key global logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports

  • Many are already working towards creating a future where green ammonia will be produced from renewable power sources such as wind and solar
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    Ammonia plant prototype

    2022-05-23T09:52:00Z

    A cutting edge ammonia project has won a UK government grant to help get it off the ground

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    Decarbonisation opportunities

    2022-05-20T12:17:00Z

    Significant economic gains are to be made from decarbonising the shipping industry and the creation of alternative fuels

  • Hydrotug is the first vessel to be powered by two BeHydro V12 dual fuel medium speed engines
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    Hydrogen powered tugboat

    2022-05-18T11:27:00Z

    The first hydrogen powered tugboat is creeping closer to completion with its first water launch

  • ​The IAPH 2022 Sustainability Awards took place during the official gala dinner of the IAPH World Ports Conference in downtown Vancouver
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    IAPH Sustainability Awards

    2022-05-18T10:00:00Z

    Winners of the awards included a blue carbon ecosystem strategy and a marine debris collection project

  • An artist impression of Brittany Ferries’ newbuild hybrids
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    Future proof fuelling

    2022-05-16T09:57:00Z

    A long term partnership has been established to supply fuel to two new hybrid bio methane ferries

  • Uniper plans to establish a German national hub for hydrogen in Wilhelmshaven
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    Green fuels hub

    2022-05-16T09:44:00Z

    Germany is building its first LNG terminal with the aim of diversifying its natural gas supply sources

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    Chemical tanker shoreside study

    2022-05-13T13:48:00Z

    A six-month study into the feasibility of shoreside power for chemical tankers will be used to determine an agreed international standard

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    Emissions measuring hardware trial

    2022-05-12T14:11:00Z

    Accurately measuring ship emissions will be made easier with an onboard trial of carbon measuring hardware

  • The 24-volt electric Traigo24 range is available with lithium-ion power technology
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    Compact electric forklifts

    2022-05-11T11:08:00Z

    Toyota’s latest forklift offering is available with energy-efficient Lithium-ion power

  • Rotterdam says it can supply Europe with 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen by 2030
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    Good news for hydrogen supply

    2022-05-10T12:35:00Z

    Rotterdam says it can supply Europe with 4.6 megatonnes of hydrogen by 2030, considerably up on expectation

  • The CPL parties are cooperating nationwide to conduct research into how hydrogen can be used to supply power to port technology and port logistics
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    Hydrogen test bed

    2022-05-09T09:51:00Z

    An innovation cluster is being created to test hydrogen powered port logistics equipment

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    Electric hydraulic cranes

    2022-05-05T11:06:00Z

    Two new electric cranes will help reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality at a UK port

  • The Port of Newcastle's Green Hydrogen Hub Project has secured more funding
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    Hydrogen hub funding

    2022-05-04T10:16:00Z

    An Australian port is to receive AUS$41 million in funding for its green hydrogen hub project

  • Robert Allan is at the forefront of designing alternative fuelled tugs. Pictured, the hybrid powered RApport 2400 MkII
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    Methanol port vessels

    2022-05-04T09:46:00Z

    An agreement has been signed to design and build a new series of methanol-fuelled tugboats

  • The network has the potential to reduce port emissions by 96.60% in the next 30 years
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    Electric charging network

    2022-05-03T10:10:00Z

    The UK’s first e-marine hub of shore-side charging facilities for electric maritime vessels has been unveiled in Plymouth