Environment & Sustainability – Page 12

  • 'Kobe Express'
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    Port call first

    2021-06-30T13:30:00Z

    The world’s first digitally controlled port arrival will help cut carbon emissions from ships.

  • hydrogen station
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    Hydrogen cuts emissions

    2021-06-30T13:11:00Z

    Hydrogen will help one European port reduce carbon emissions from trucks.

  • Valletta Cruise Port with the historic city of Valletta in the background Photo: GPH
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    Shorepower boosts greener cruising

    2021-06-30T09:00:00Z

    The Government of Malta is installing new shore power at Valletta Cruise Port to preserve the local environment and enhance the attractiveness of visiting cruise ships, writes Michele Witthaus

  • low-carbon shipping
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    Going carbon neutral

    2021-06-28T19:16:00Z

    Carbon neutral ambitions are being supported by one ambitious freight company.

  • green shipping
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    Sustainability step

    2021-06-28T18:26:00Z

    The British Ports Association (BPA) has taken a major step towards sustainability.

  • North European ports have grouped together to implement shore power Photo: Port of Antwerp
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    Shore power drive

    2021-06-28T13:51:00Z

    North European ports are committing to provide shore power to large container vessels by 2028.

  • Decarbonising ports means tackling market, regulatory, costs and electrification barriers Photo: koala0815/Pixabay
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    Decarbonising ports

    2021-06-28T12:51:00Z

    In this Q&A GreenPort talks to Richard Marsh, partner at law firm BDB Pitmans, about ports’ routes to decarbonisation

  • Financing decarbonisation
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    Financing decarbonisation

    2021-06-28T09:46:00Z

    Just how much money is needed to finance the decarbonisation of shipping?

  • methatug
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    Methanol tug milestone

    2021-06-25T15:28:00Z

    A tugboat is being converted to methanol in a world first project.

  • World Ports Sustainability Awards
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    Sustainability winners

    2021-06-24T18:27:00Z

    The winners of the IAPH 2021 World Ports Sustainability Awards have been announced.

  • Siwertell screw-type ship loader
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    Dust-free technology

    2021-06-24T15:56:00Z

    Dust-free operations are becoming easier to achieve with innovative new technology.

  • 'Sparky' en route to the paint shop Photo: Damen
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    Landmark electric tug

    2021-06-23T14:51:00Z

    New Zealand ports will benefit from cleaner air thanks to ''Sparky'' the electric tug.

  • Collaboration is key to upping the energy transition, said IAPH panelists
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    Port energy pioneers

    2021-06-22T11:13:00Z

    The role ports are already playing in global energy transition is crucial, but they need to up the pace.

  • FSRU
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    LNG terminal funding

    2021-06-21T11:52:00Z

    The European Commission has green-lighted multi-million funding for a new LNG terminal.

  • battery room
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    Green incentives

    2021-06-18T14:17:00Z

    Green-minded shipowners can benefit from a growing number of decarbonisation incentives.

  • 'AIDAsol'
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    Shore power surge

    2021-06-18T12:08:00Z

    A major shore power step has been taken at one European port.

  • Konecranes Gen 6 MHCs
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    Energy-efficient cranes

    2021-06-17T14:42:00Z

    A new generation of energy-efficient mobile harbour cranes are aiding sustainable port operations.

  • Hrauneyjafoss
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    Hydrogen shipping close

    2021-06-17T10:31:00Z

    Shipping green hydrogen from Iceland to Rotterdam could happen before 2030.

  • Port of Gävle
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    Real time efficiency

    2021-06-16T16:27:00Z

    Real-time operational monitoring is making port calls more efficient.

  • Kalmar's new generation of RTGs have optimised weight and smart choices Photo: Kalmar
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    Next generation RTG

    2021-06-16T13:57:00Z

    There’s a next generation RTG on the block which promises eco-efficient container handling.