ABB has secured a complete power, propulsion, and automation systems order for Samskip Group’s new hydrogen container vessels.
Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas is the first in the maritime industry to complete biofuel testing to reduce the ship’s carbon emissions.
A pilot project started at Zuidnatie’s terminal in which shore power was connected to the vessel ‘UAL Osprey’ by means of a Zenobē battery.
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MHI begun testing to support the market launch of an ammonia handling system comprising a fuel supply system and peripheral equipment.
The path to Net Zero for global corporations is mired in controversies related to greenwashing, green-hushing and even green-botching.
A new CII revision in order to set up a functioning framework is a matter of urgency for the shipping industry following the first year of recorded data.
Groundbreaking ABS study explores the potential of commercial Nuclear Propulsion application on a container vessel and a tanker.
Renewable production is needed to overcome the pricing, availability, and carbon accounting of methanol as a viable fuel for 2030 energy transition.
Wärtsilä outlines 3 reasons why engines are driving the renewable energy transition instead of other power generation technologies.