Mark Button, Associate, Arup will be presenting on Day 2 in Session 4 – Green Shipping Corridors on ‘emerging lessons from global initiatives’.
Arup are supporting a number of Green Shipping Corridor projects globally. This has included the Port of Tyne Green Corridor, funded through the United Kingdom’s Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, which explored methanol bunkering, as well as the Dover to France Green Corridor, which is focussed on electrification of RoRo ferries on a busy shipping route. Arup have also explored the co-benefits that green shipping corridors could unlock in Canada.
This presentation will bring together lessons from Arup’s support to Green Shipping Corridor initiatives around the world. This includes technical lessons around energy supply to ports and development of port infrastructure, which can be key bottlenecks in developing zero carbon fuel supply ecosystems. The presentation will also explore how Green Shipping Corridors partnerships can be most appropriately convened and structured to foster collaboration and action-oriented engagement.
Mark Button is an Associate at Arup, the global sustainable development consultancy, where he is a leader on port and shipping decarbonisation. Mark works with stakeholders from across the value chain of zero emission shipping to develop strategies, action plans and feasibility studies that can lead to investment aligned with global climate goals.
Join Green Ports and Shipping Congress and learn about Global Green Shipping Corridor initiatives. Delegate places for the event include the following:
- Two-day conference attendance
- Full documentation in electronic format
- Lunches and refreshment breaks throughout