Environment & Sustainability – Page 6

  • 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

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    Renewed sustainability focus

    2022-04-29T12:02:00Z

    GCT is reaffirming its commitment to sustainability with a US$500m upgrade in equipment and technology

  • Bolloré Ports is taking a multi-faceted approach to reducing its environmental imprint
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    Bolloré Ports’ green terminal

    2022-04-28T09:34:00Z

    Aware of its impact on the environment, ten years ago Bolloré Ports implemented a process to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and adopt a more ethical approach, says Olivier de Noray, ports and terminals managing director of Bolloré Ports

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    A bright future for cruising

    2022-04-28T08:57:00Z

    The cruise industry is making the sector more sustainable with commitments to decarbonisation and the use of shoreside power

  • The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe
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    Methanol bunkering hub plan

    2022-04-27T11:29:00Z

    The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe

  • Unitrove’s technology has won a UK Government grant to develop a unit ready for rapid deployment to ports around the world
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    UK backs hydrogen transition

    2022-04-27T10:54:00Z

    The UK government is backing hydrogen powered ships by way of a grant to bring new technology to market

  • Svitzer’s ten EcoTow tugs are powered by marine biofuel
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    Carbon neutral towage

    2022-04-26T11:25:00Z

    Ship owners and operators will be able to take advantage of a new green towage solution to reduce in-port emissions

  • Actemium OPS is the supplier of the onshore power facilities at Port of Kapellskär, having already delivered two similar facilities to Ports of Stockholm
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    Onshore power milestone

    2022-04-26T10:08:00Z

    A Swedish port has installed shore power in order to service a fleet of green newbuild ferries

  • INOXCVA’s MiniLNG Terminal will be capable of receiving LNG through smaller ships while provisioning for LNG distribution and ship bunkering in the future
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    LNG for the Caribbean

    2022-04-25T10:09:00Z

    An LNG fueliing terminal is being developed to deliver low carbon fuel solutions to the Eastern Caribbean

  • The US launched its first hydrogen powered vessel last year, Sea Change, a 70-foot hydrogen fuel cell passenger ferry
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    Port hydrogen plans

    2022-04-25T09:52:00Z

    The American Association of Port Authorities says that its members are banking on hydrogen as one of its future fuels of choice

  • Shoreham Port has ambitions to become a green energy hub
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    Creating a green energy hub

    2022-04-20T10:48:00Z

    Shoreham Port is setting a powerful vision of a sustainable future, where local industry empowers local business communities to go green, from their own doorstep, writes Kate Tyrer, Shoreham Port

  • Tahara Maru refueling at Nagoya Port Garden Pier
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    Biofuel tug trial

    2022-04-19T10:19:00Z

    One carbon neutral effort is conducting a three month biofuel trial using tugboats

  • Holland Hydrogen I, the electrolyser that Shell is going to build at the Conversion Park on the Maasvlakte will be connected to the pipeline
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    Hydrogen pipeline first

    2022-04-19T09:15:00Z

    Shell has become the first hydrogen pipeline customer at the Port of Rotterdam helping it get its hydrogen economy off the ground

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    Marine biofuel trial

    2022-04-14T09:21:00Z

    Trial confirms that marine biofuel can be considered a ‘drop in fuel’ that can help to reduce emissions

  • AIDACosma connects to shore power at Horizon Cruise Terminal
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    Shore power connected

    2022-04-13T12:10:00Z

    A British port has seen its first vessel connect to its new shore power facility for cruise ships

  • The MOFFETT E4 operates quietly and is emission-free
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    Emission free forklifts

    2022-04-13T11:23:00Z

    A logistics company has placed a record order for all electric forklifts to allow it to operate more sustainably

  • Paceco-Mitsui NZE (near-zero-emission) Transtainer RTGs are designed with a small diesel engine genset that can be easily converted to hydrogen power
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    Hydrogen equipment project

    2022-04-12T10:01:00Z

    One port is working on transitioning to fuel cell powered cargo handling machinery and drayage trucks

  • The BYD 8Y Trucks in operation at Red Hook
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    Battery powered tractor trial

    2022-04-11T13:42:00Z

    An American terminal has achieved massive reductions in fuel costs and emissions using battery powered tractors