ZESTAs is an international trade association of global game-changers developing true zero-emission ship technologies. The association is a bold voice impacting the industry, legislation, and regulation to uptake true zero-emission ship technologies and fuels.
New polling commissioned by climate action solution provider Shift Clean Energy has shown “a remarkably high level of support” for marine electrification as a way to fight climate change.
This week sees the start of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow, and we are excited to see that Bureau Veritas is supporting a number of the key events.
UK and Seven Leading EU Nations’ Citizens Polled Support Marine Electrification as a Climate Action Tool, But Want Stronger Safety Regulations
GLASGOW, U.K., Nov. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — New polling commissioned by climate action solution provider Shift Clean Energy, demonstrates a remarkably high level of support for marine electrification as a way to fight climate change. Released during COP26 and the three-day Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association (ZESTAs) SHIP ZERO° workshop,
Prime Minister of Greenland, Múte Bourup Egede, will be delivering the keynote address at ZESTAs COP26 Burns Supper on Monday, November 1st hosted by SHIFT clean energy
David Newman talks to Chief Engineer on board the world’s second largest fully electric vessel. From afar, ForSea Ferries’ Aurora looks like any other ship. Steaming past Hamlet’s castle into Helsingør docks, the 8,414-tonne RoPax vessel arrives fully laden with cars,...