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After tough negotiations, the EU countries' heads of state and government agreed last week that greenhouse gas emissions will be reduced by at leas

Shipping is one of the industries hardest hit by the corona pandemic. But the outside world does not notice it.

In a new article Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO DNV GL - Maritime, and Esben Poulsson, Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS),  discuss

Last year, ammonia was hyped, this year hydrogen. What create the trends around alternative marine fuels?

A new report from the International Transport Forum shows how the Nordic countries are leading the development towards cleaner and fossil-free ship

There are no viable alternative fuels yet. And it is expensive to develop them.

Solar cells produce cheap electricity and wind power is on the rise.

LNG and biofuels initially, while hydrogen and fuel cells will take over in the longer term.

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Hydrogen has recently emerged as a hot candidate for the marine fuel of the future, but now its use is predicted to be limited.

Ammonia? It has potential. Speed controls? Hardly. Scrubbers? Doubtful.

Catalysts can clean the methane emissions of LNG engines.

Switch to alternative fuels with less sulfur emissions or make significant investments that enable zero discharge of scrubber washwater into the se

Between 5 and 18 percent of current road transport volumes could potentially be transported by maritime transport, but the economic incentive polic

Lighthouse members Wallenius Marine, KTH and SSPA have been collaborating for a couple of years in the wPCC (wind Powered Car Carrier) project.

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