Seanergy

Seanergy

The Sustainability Educational Programme for Greener Fuels and Energy on ports

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12 European partners

joining forces to transform
ports into clean energy hubs

The SEANERGY project aims to go towards zero-emission ports, becoming clean energy hubs for integrated electricity systems, hydrogen, and other low-carbon fuels, as much as testbeds for waste reuse and the circular economy through the creation of the SEANERGY Master Plan.

Key Facts

12
Partners
9
Countries
30
Months
4
Stages of Development
2.49
Millions in Founding

Project Development

Stage 1

Understanding the current EU ports’ situation and stakeholders.

Stage 2

Gap analysis of the EU port clean energy transition.

Stage 3

Creating the SEANERGY Master Plan.

Stage 4

Implementing the SEANERGY Master Plan.

A fast, safe and efficient transition to green ports.

What's happening

News

Maritime Decarbonization Seminar Highlights: Ports as Energy Hubs

In the framework of the seminar "Maritime Decarbonization by Enabling Key Technology Symbiosis," held on May 16-17, 2024, at the World Maritime University (in Malmo), the SEANERGY project proudly presented the "Ports as Energy Hubs" session. This session featured several impactful presentations that focused on innovative strategies for the decarbonization of ports.

What to Expect from the SEANERGY Handbook?

The SEANERGY Handbook will act as a comprehensive and interactive guideline of the Project Port Energy Transition Master Plan’s information and contents. The Handbook will support the port stakeholders to have a complete and deep understanding of the Masterplan facilitating the EU Port Decarbonization actions.

Seanergy Project issues its sixth newsletter

Seanergy Project issues its sixth trimestrial newsletter to keep our readers updated on the progress and actions of the project. Users can engage this newsletter by subscribing through a form in our website or by visiting the Media Corner periodically.

Preliminary results from the social survey on the role of women in ports: A SEANERGY project initiative

The IHE Delft Institute for Water Education (The Netherlands), together with SEANERGY partners, conducted a survey to enhance the comprehension of women's vital role in the port industry. The objective of the survey was to explore the intricate dynamics of cultural and social inclusion within the ports industry, with a particular emphasis on the participation of women in ports located in EU countries and across the globe.

Events

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23.Nov.23
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