Tag: zero emissions shipping


Without The IMO, 84% Of Global Shipping Emissions May Be Reduced

With the great majority of ships stopping at ports in Europe, China, and the United States, regulating shipping emissions

Battery Swapping

Now Battery Swapping “As-a-service” Is Available For Shipping Industry

Battery swapping has long been a controversial topic in the electric car world but now it is happening in

Yara Birkeland

Yara Birkeland – World’s First Crewless, Zero Emission Cargo Ship Will Set Sail By Year End

The Norwegian chemical company, Yara International, has created what it calls the world’s first zero-emission, autonomous cargo ship. It’s


eWolf – Crowley’s First-of-its-kind Electric Tugboat

The leading US maritime firm Crowley has just announced it will build a tugboat named eWolf, which will be

electric oil tanker

World’s First All-electric Oil Tanker Will Set Sail by 2022

Oil tankers and cargo ships massively contribute to the pollution on the planet. Thus, when talking about transition to

MEB platform

Volkswagen MEB Platform Is Now Being Used On Water For Zero Emissions

An MEB platform (MEB stands for German words meaning “modular electric-drive toolkit”) is traditional considered a automotive platform, but

Wind Hunter Project

“Wind Hunter Project” – Applying Hydrogen Fuel & Wind Power For De-carbonizing Cargo Ships

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) has joined a wide-ranging corporate-academic partnership in a zero-emission initiative called the “Wind Hunter


Samsung To Build Ships Powered By Bloom’s Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Samsung Group is about more than making smartphones and refrigerators. Its Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) division is a prominent

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