Zero-emissions association reports on COP26 workshops as it goes for consultative status at the International Maritime Organization. Read full article by Paul Berill, TradeWinds
It appears shipowners have accepted the need for the shift to zero-emission fuels and that there will be a cost. Mr Bennett pointed out at Ship Zero: “To be clear, the only means of achieving
An excellent three-day meeting on the south side of the Clyde (with some virtual participation, as well), dubbed ShipZero, organized by ZESTAs
With the close of ZESTAs (Zero Emission Ship Technology Association) “Ship ZERO – Charging to True Zero” hybrid workshop came a call to action by one of the environment’s most affected:
Historic Zero Emission Workshop Brings Hope for Maritime Decarbonization Available technology requires financing and policy support
With the close of ZESTAs (Zero Emission Ship Technology Association) Ship ZERO° – Charging to True Zero” hybrid workshop came a call to action by one of the environment’s most affected: Jimmy Nuake, Ministry of Infrastructure Development, Solomon Islands Government,...
Innovation in the maritime sector is being handicapped by the funding gap that sees technologies developed to pre-production levels with interested buyers, charterers and seed funding, but governments are failing to go the extra mile to achieve the finished product.