- GERMAN ENERGY FIRM UNIPER TO WORK ON GREEN METHANOL MARINE FUEL
- EASTERN PACIFIC SHIPPING WORKS ON FUTURE FUELS
- SINO-GLOBAL TO ACCEPT BITCOIN AS PAYMENT FOR ITS GLOBAL SHIPPING AND LOGISTICS SERVICES
- WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN AIMS TO BUILD WIND-POWERED SHIPS BY 2025
- MAERSK TO LAUNCH WORLD’S FIRST CARBON-NEUTRAL LINER VESSEL IN 2023
- WÄRTSILÄ AIMS TO MINIMIZE CARBON FOOTPRINT FOR NEW CANADIAN FERRY
- WINDSHIP TECHNOLOGY UNVEILS ‘TESLA OF THE SEAS’
- BUREAU VERITAS CERTIFIES NEW-GENERATION 3D PRINTED PROPELLER
- STENA LINE PLANS TO OPERATE TWO FOSSIL-FREE BATTERY-POWERED VESSELS BY 2025
- DENMARK PLANS TO BUILD ARTIFICIAL ISLAND AS CLEAN ENERGY HUB
- ABB INTRODUCES NEW EMISSIONS MONITORING SYSTEM
- PORT OF GOTHENBURG TO USE NEW SHORE POWER SYSTEM TO REDUCE CARBON FOOTPRINT
German energy firm Uniper to work on green methanol marine fuelUniper, a German energy group, has joined forces with Liberty Pier Maritime Projects, a shipping company, and engineering firm Ship Design & Consultto to grow green methanol as a renewable and carbon-neutral marine fuel.
Sino-Global to accept bitcoin as payment for its global shipping and logistics servicesSino-Global Shipping America, based in the United States, has announced that it will now accept bitcoin as payment for its global shipping, freight, and logistics services.
Maersk to launch world’s first carbon-neutral liner vessel in 2023Maersk aims to build the world's first carbon-neutral liner vessel for container shipping in 2023, seven years ahead of the initial 2030 ambition, the company announced.
Windship Technology unveils ‘Tesla of the Seas’Windship Technology, based in the United Kingdom, has unveiled its zero emission ship design and announced an investment alliance with one of the world's leading classification agencies, DNV GL.
Bureau Veritas certifies new-generation 3D printed propellerBureau Veritas (BV) said it has approved a new-generation 3D printed propeller for a tripartite-class minehunter vessel produced by the Naval Group.
Stena Line plans to operate two fossil-free battery-powered vessels by 2025On the route between Gothenburg and Frederikshavn in Denmark, the Swedish ferry company Stena Line expects to start operating two fossil-free battery-powered vessels no later than 2030.
Denmark plans to build artificial island as clean energy hubDenmark has announced its plans on building an artificial island in the North Sea as a clean energy hub.
Port of Gothenburg to use new shore power system to reduce carbon footprintThe port authority announced that more vessels will be able to link to shore power at the Swedish Port of Gothenburg within a few weeks.
South Korea develops wing-sail auxiliary propulsion system for shipsAs a result of a joint research project between KSOE and SK Shipping, class society DNV GL has granted Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) an approval in principle (AIP) for a wing-sail auxiliary propulsion system for ships.
Elon Musk's company SpaceX buys two offshore rigsTwo offshore drilling rigs, previously used under the seabed for oil and gas exploration, could help with space exploration soon.
Bureau Veritas completes inspection of first remote underwater shipThe French classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) has successfully completed the proof of concept project for underwater remote surveys on a Corsica linea ship, the Mediterranean, using the Seasam technology eco-system from Notilo Plus.
Meyer Werft to work on zero-emission cruise ship techGerman shipbuilder Meyer Werft, working on a number of new eco-friendly technical solutions for cruise ships, is planning for the post-COVID-19 future.