NAPA, Norsepower, and Sumitomo analyze the combination of rotor sails with voyage optimization to achieve maximum emissions reduction.
Carbon regulations targeting older, less efficient ships. Is it wiser to retrofit an existing vessel to improve its ratings, or replace it with a newbuild?
Clean ammonia-powered ships could be deployed on the iron ore trade routes between West Australia and East Asia by 2028 and reach 5% adoption by 2030.
Wind propulsion specialist Airseas has successfully validated traction flights of the Seawing Kite system on Louis Dreyfus Armateurs’ vessel.
The port of Aberdeen to invest £55 million towards net zero emissions from vessels visiting the port, as well as the port’s own operations, by 2040.
AIDA Cruises expands the use of shore power - AIDAsol was connected to shore-side plants in nearly all ports during a voyage for the first time.
A survey suggests a multi-fuel future for the maritime industry on the path to shipping's decarbonization and zero emissions through 2050.
As new sustainability and safety standards come into force around the world, ship owners must consider retrofit the swift and cost-efficient option.
The European Parliament formally approved on Tuesday the new ETS law, earmarking around EUR 2 billion in funds for maritime decarbonization.
Stolt Tankers has become the first Chemical Tanker company to apply GIT’s graphene-based propeller coatings to its fleet.