Sector News - Europe – Page 4

  • The port has invested in electric vehicles as part of its commitment to reducing its carbon emissions.
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    Electric fleet investment

    2021-11-30T10:11:00Z

    One port is making a further commitment to carbon reduction by selecting electric commercial vehicles.

  • Sea Port of St Petersburg
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    Tackling pollution monitoring

    2021-11-26T11:01:00Z

    One Russian port has stepped up its air quality monitoring.

  • ​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.

  • Ports of Stockholm is testing a unique solar-powered smart buoy in its fairway
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    Swedish smart buoys

    2021-11-24T14:01:00Z

    A Swedish port is testing efficient solar powered buoys.

  • The project will test how green hydrogen technologies can be used to minimise the maritime industry’s environmental footprint
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    Marine renewable powerhouse

    2021-11-22T13:02:00Z

    A centre of excellence launched to develop innovative renewable energy technologies has secured its first project.

  • HHLA plans to supply the historically important block buildings of the Speicherstadt with carbon-neutral energy by 2040
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    Climate neutral warehousing

    2021-11-10T11:20:00Z

    A European logistics expert is looking at operating its warehouse district in a carbon-neutral way as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Hutchison Ports BEST terminal is using electrical equipment and automation to cut CO2 emissions
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    Slashing carbon footprint

    2021-10-20T11:29:00Z

    A Spanish terminal has revealed a plan to help half their customers’ carbon footprint.

  • Visita persidente Autoridad Portuaria Hamburgo
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    Environmental partnership

    2021-10-14T19:03:00Z

    Two European ports have joined forces on the environment, mobility and digital transformation.

  • DKT Allseas has expanded its China Xpress service from one to three ports in China direct to Liverpool Photo: DKT Allseas
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    UK gets connected

    2021-10-06T11:47:00Z

    A logistics group has launched the first UK inland rail service connecting British ports to China.

  • Cleaning up Riga
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    Cleaning up soil

    2021-10-04T09:50:00Z

    Newly created innovative technology for soil remediation is being tested in a European port.

  • At the Port of Gävle an initiative to improve the service to ships in the liquid bulker terminal is on its way Photo: SMA
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    The clever port activity app

    2021-10-01T13:18:00Z

    By sharing real-time information two Scandinavian ports are increasing efficiency, saving time and protecting the environment, writes Ulf Siwe, STM EfficientFlow, Sweidish Maritime Administration

  • Port of Tyne's Warehouse 21
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    Tyne green milestone

    2021-10-01T11:50:00Z

    The Port of Tyne in the UK has hit a new green milestone.

  • Thames Clippers wants to move away from diesel-powered vessels Photo: Uber Boats
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    Uber green boats

    2021-09-28T09:00:00Z

    British ferries have secured funding for a trio of sustainability projects.

  • Stena Elektra
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    Clean ferry first

    2021-09-21T10:23:00Z

    An ambitious agreement aims to establish a first of its kind fossil fuel free ferry line.

  • Port of Leith
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    Green ports row

    2021-09-20T13:05:00Z

    Animosity is brewing in a clash between the Scottish and UK Governments over green ports.

  • electric truck
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    Zero-emission trucks

    2021-09-17T13:22:00Z

    A batch of zero-emission battery-electric trucks will be handed to the Port of Hamburg following a new deal.

  • 'Arklow Fern'
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    Sustainable footprint

    2021-08-05T09:18:00Z

    Wheat cargo is being transported sustainably thanks to an initiative to take trucks off the road.

  • ABP electric vehicles
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    Electric charging battle

    2021-08-03T16:25:00Z

    Ports are investing in electric infrastructure, but local energy resources aren’t up to scratch.

  • Leith outer berth
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    Green ports bid

    2021-07-27T11:13:00Z

    A major UK port operator is keen to get onboard the Scottish Government’s green ports initiative.

  • Tyne is doing its bit to lower emissions Photo: Port of Tyne
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    Air quality kudos

    2021-07-21T12:19:00Z

    Air quality around one UK port is good and well within the required national standards.