Projects & Initiatives

  • ESPO and Interferry intend to take a joint approach on the uptake of OPS Pictured: Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO and Mike Corrigan, Interferry
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    Europe pushes shore power

    2022-05-25T15:01:00Z

    European ports and Interferry have agreed to prioritise onshore power for the ferry sector

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    Maritime Innovation Week

    2022-05-24T10:59:00Z

    The Port of Tyne has created its first ever Maritime Innovation Week to help ports across the UK achieve their emissions targets

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    Decarbonisation opportunities

    2022-05-20T12:17:00Z

    Significant economic gains are to be made from decarbonising the shipping industry and the creation of alternative fuels

  • ​The IAPH 2022 Sustainability Awards took place during the official gala dinner of the IAPH World Ports Conference in downtown Vancouver
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    IAPH Sustainability Awards

    2022-05-18T10:00:00Z

    Winners of the awards included a blue carbon ecosystem strategy and a marine debris collection project

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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

  • 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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    Supply chain sustainability

    2022-04-01T11:42:00Z

    The ports of Antwerp and Cotonou in Benin are on a mission to ensure supply chains are sustainable in the long term

  • Antwerp is working towards towards halving its CO2 footprint with carbon sequestration
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    Pioneering carbon capture

    2022-03-02T11:39:00Z

    A European carbon capture project is helping one port take the next step towards halving its CO2 footprint

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    New ESI module

    2022-02-23T10:26:00Z

    A new ESI module will help reduce emissions from ships whilst at berth in ports

  • Damage to infrastructure from erosion and storm surge inundation can be extremely costly
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    Maximising climate resilience

    2022-02-16T13:59:00Z

    Extreme weather is a major threat to operations, but ports and harbours can maximise their climate resilience, writes Suba Sivandran, managing director, Asia, BMT

  • Portsmouth is committed to becoming the first carbon-neutral UK port by 2030
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    Digital twin technology

    2022-02-16T13:59:00Z

    In this article, Sophie Peachey, head of customer success at IOTICS, explains how digital twin technology at one port is helping shape a greener maritime future

  • The redevelopment of the Fort Sint-Filips site started in 2019
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    Polluted site redevelopment

    2022-02-09T14:32:00Z

    Redevelopment at one EU port has restored valuable river and provided flood protection

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    Packaging reuse

    2022-02-03T10:03:00Z

    The logistics sector is being encouraged to swap single-use plastics for more sustainable options

  • DP World is creating a greener corridor between the Upper Rhine region and its Rotterdam terminal
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    Green barge service

    2022-01-25T10:34:00Z

    A new barge service aims to provide sustainable and reliable transport on the Upper Rhine

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    €1bn green investment

    2022-01-05T12:51:00Z

    The Port of València is investing more than €60 million over five years in alternative energy projects as part of its €1bn sustainability strategy

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    Ferry decarbonisation project

    2021-12-07T12:11:00Z

    A UK marine engineering and propulsion specialist has secured Government funding to examine new green river ferry technologies

  • ​The SeaClear cleaning system, which works similarly to home robot vacuums, is being tested in Dubrovnik
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    Clean-up robots

    2021-11-24T14:24:00Z

    Robotic vacuums to clean litter from the seabed passes test in Croatia.

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    Hull cleaning crackdown

    2021-11-18T13:16:00Z

    Hull cleaning guidelines will help cut pollutants in German port waters.

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    Expanding green reporting

    2021-11-18T10:40:00Z

    A Norwegian company that helps ship owners and port operators adopt green reporting is expanding.

  • Deep waters at ABP Port Talbot have potential to create world-class Floating Offshore Wind facilities
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    Wales’ decarbonisation strategy

    2021-11-15T12:26:00Z

    One operator’s vision for Wales is simple - to transition to low carbon using offshore wind.