The new high speed ferries can recharge their batteries during operation by using excess power from the engines
Telensa’s lighting service provides individually controlled areas at the click of a mouse
A British ports operator has been presented with a green industry award after switching 50% of its fleet to electric
One European terminal says it’s leading a green renewables revolution in the Med
A new project producing biogas from sewage discharged by cargo ships is underway in Finland
A UK marine engineering and propulsion specialist has secured Government funding to examine new green river ferry technologies
The Port of València says it will be the first port in Europe to incorporate hydrogen technologies in its terminal machinery operations.
One port is making a further commitment to carbon reduction by selecting electric commercial vehicles.
One Russian port has stepped up its air quality monitoring.
Robotic vacuums to clean litter from the seabed passes test in Croatia.
A Swedish port is testing efficient solar powered buoys.
A centre of excellence launched to develop innovative renewable energy technologies has secured its first project.
A European logistics expert is looking at operating its warehouse district in a carbon-neutral way as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A Spanish terminal has revealed a plan to help half their customers’ carbon footprint.
Two European ports have joined forces on the environment, mobility and digital transformation.
A logistics group has launched the first UK inland rail service connecting British ports to China.
Newly created innovative technology for soil remediation is being tested in a European port.
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
The Port of Tyne in the UK has hit a new green milestone.
British ferries have secured funding for a trio of sustainability projects.
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