Blue World Technologies has launched CellPack™ Stationary, a methanol fuel cell-based power generator to replace conventional fossil-based generators.
IDTechEx released a report outlining the adoption of green fuel cells in marine markets, running on alternatives such as green hydrogen and ammonia, as some of the most promising solutions.
The EU’s legislative bodies have reached an agreement on including shipping in its Emission Trading System (EU ETS). Requirements, scope, phase in, exemptions and derogations, how to comply, penalties and many more.
DNV Greek Technical Committee: debate on how the global energy crisis and socioeconomic transformations affect the shipping market.
Alfa Laval has developed separators for biofuel, which have an increase in demand as shipowners seek solutions to decarbonization.
RightShip's team of sustainability and environmental experts give their predictions and ‘ones to watch’ for the maritime industry in 2023.
According to DESFA’s data for 2022, the total demand trends increased for LNG in Greece, driven by natural gas exports.
Vessels calling at Israeli ports will need to use marine fuels with a 0.10% maximum sulphur content from February 2023.
After criticism from shipping heavyweights over the CII operations clause, BIMCO has ensured to take the advice onboard.
What are the new amendments and GHG strategy that resulted from the IMO MEPC 79? This is everything you need to know.