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  • 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

  • CMA CGM and PSA are working to further optimise operations at the CMA CGM-PSA Lion Terminal (CPLT)
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    Digital solution saves emissions

    2022-05-11T10:05:00Z

    Singapore ports and shipping lines are investing in new digital solutions to reduce carbon footprint

  • 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

  • Ashdod Port is striving to become a leading green port
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    Making the green transition

    2022-05-10T09:14:00Z

    GreenPort chats to Shiko Zana, CEO of Israel’s Ashdod Port about its investment in green development and technology

  • Kotug’s E-Pusher type M is barging cocoa beans between Cargill and the Port of Amsterdam
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    Zero emission barging

    2022-05-10T08:50:00Z

    Zero emission barging is shipping cocoa beans to the largest cocoa import port in the world

  • 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

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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

  • Sogester is bringing automation to Luanda
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    Automation boost in Angola

    2022-04-28T09:40:00Z

    Angola’s Port of Luanda is stepping up investment in automation at the port’s concessioned container terminal so to achieve a safer, greener and more productive performance in the long-term, writes Shem Oirere

  • 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