Contribute to the progress towards decarbonisation, speak at GreenPort Congress and Cruise

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Real progress is starting to be made towards maritime decarbonisation but, for the ports and cruise industries there are still challenges ahead, questions to be answered and also significant business opportunities. 

Join our speakers at the next GreenPort Congress and Cruise, 23-25 October 2024, to continue to make progress and contribute to the solutions. 

There is just one week to go for abstracts to be submitted . 

Speakers wishing to secure a place to speak at this year’s conference, hosted by HAROPA PORT in France, should send a submission to us by 15 May.  

Abstracts should be approximately 250 – 300 words and should include a biography and headshot photo of the speaker. Application case studies between ports and suppliers are of high priority and will be given precedence.   

The 2-day conference will include presentations, workshops and debates on:  

Infrastructure development for multimodal services – adaptations needed to meet decarbonisation goals and address ecological transitions for logistics and supply chains    

New Technology – which innovations will derive real cost benefits in the transition to sustainability; AI, Digitisation, Optimisation software.   

Electrification of ports, cruise terminals and equipment – latest developments and challenges  

Green fuel transition for ports and cruise terminals – reviewing the progress towards 2050.   

Financing decarbonisation  - latest initiatives to put the transition at the heart of port finance models   

Green Corridors - update on recent developments and case studies  

Port and cruise terminal expansion, linking ports, cities and hinterlands – considering the impact on the wider communities  

Resourcing the transition to sustainability – Are all ports equal? Seaports v inland and the need for international collaboration between ports, enabling practicable implementation options for compliance, cost/risk reduction, environmental protection, and sustainability.   

The role of “Smart Ports” - exploring the emerging initiatives including green energy carriers in and around ports; alternative fuel supply chains; co-ordination with other transport and its providers  

Renewable energy – latest projects contributing to port growth  

To submit a paper or to enquire about speaking, contact Tracey Clarke  
Conference Consultant 
GreenPort Congress 
+44 1329 825335 

Delegate booking is now open

For delegate enquiries contact delegate acquisition manager 

A wide range of sponsorships opportunities are on offer. 

For commercial sponsorship and exhibition opportunities contact Simone Tai 
GreenPort Congress 
+44 1329 825335