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.
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.
IMO has adopted the 2023 IMO Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships at the MEPC 80, with enhanced targets to tackle emissions.
EPS applies graphene coatings across the fleet to reduce emissions and improve CII with GIT to apply sustainable coatings on 15 vessels.
SSI published a report, addressing green steel which is critical to decarbonization across the shipping lifecycle considering that the steel industry is responsible for 7-9% of global GHG emissions.
Wärtsilä has published a new whitepaper, examining on the potential of Power-to-X fuels (P2X) for power generation.
Almost two-thirds (59%) of the shipping industry underestimate the negative environmental impacts of biofouling. A new report by Jotun.
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?