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BIMCO has released a new CII operations clause, with charterers expected to take responsibility for a ship’s emissions.
A new study from Brussels-based NGO T&E suggests Europe, China and the US could decarbonize 84% of all global shipping emissions without IMO.
Brodosplit shipyard marked the beginning of the construction of a zero-emission passenger ship with electric generator propulsion.
New report points to significant progress on emissions goal by the shipping industry, national governments, and positive developments at the IMO.
BV, Wah Kwong and Qiyao will study the feasibility of installing carbon capture and storage units on existing ships for 2030 CII targets.
RightShip’s Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Rating is a tool to compare the CO2 emissions of vessels globally that continuously becomes more attractive.
The Corvus Energy hydrogen fuel cell system, developed through the H2NOR project has received approval in principle (AiP) from DNV.
Wärtsilä has developed the first dedicated methanol fuel supply system. Namely, MethanolPac the methanol pathway to decarbonization.
Danish Shipping has announced a new strategy for the next 3 years to expedite greener shipping and decarbonization.