May, 2024
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Engineering firm Torqeedo has retrofitted the Kaiser Friedrich, built in 1886, with twin Deep Blue 50i motors and a 400 kWh Deep Blue battery bank.
138-Year-Old German Passenger Vessel Converted to Electric Power
The three companies have signed cooperation agreements setting out plans to develop, build and operate bulkers running on hydrogen.
Norwegian Firms Plan Hydrogen-Fuelled Dry Bulk Carriers
With capacity to test large-scale marine engines.
UK Firm Bulks up Marine Battery Testing Site
The two organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding setting out plans to train faculty members of the Singapore Maritime Academy in the safe handling of new marine fuels.
Vopak to Work With Singapore Polytechnic on Alternative Marine Fuels Training
65% of cruise ships calling at Bergen in April connected to shore power facilities at the port.
Clear Majority of Cruise Ships at Bergen Now Use Shore Power
'It's a problem and it's going to get bigger if it's not addressed,' training export Nigel Draffin tells Ship & Bunker.
Will We Have Enough Trained Marine Engineers for the Alternative Fuels Future?
The firms will seek to develop and commercialise green retrofit products and services including carbon capture, air lubrication and wind-assisted propulsion.
Seatrium Signs Maritime Decarbonisation Deal With ABS
With graphene-based hull coating.
Finnlines Targets Fleet-Wide 7% Bunker Savings
The free-to-access 67 page report, ClassNK Alternative Fuels Insight, is available now.
ClassNK Releases New Alternative Fuels Insight Report
Within five years after installation, more than 95% of the ships with the most common scrubber systems reach break even.
Majority of Scrubber Investments have Already Reached Break Even: New Study