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Are EU ports ready for alternative fuels?

November 10, 2022
08:30 hrs.
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The ENGIMMONIA Project and SEANERGY Project, both co-funded by EU, are joining forces for an exclusive event where to present different relevant decarbonization experiences from EU ports and where to have the chance to interact (in dedicated interactive sessions) with other ports and maritime stakeholders towards the identification of opportunities and barriers towards the promotion of alternative fuels in EU Ports.

Are EU ports ready for alternative fuels?

Are you curious to hear about the European Commission’s programmes in place to accelerate the energy transition of sea transport and ports? Would you like to see different experiences about EU ports that are already lighthouses in EU ports’ decarbonization?

Please, register both if you are attending in person or remotely.

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World Maritime University hosted the first SEANERGY Project Workshop in Sweden. After presenting the project’s scopes and challenges they tried to reply to the following question: “ARE EU PORTS READY FOR ALTERNATIVE FUELS?”.

Thank you to the WMU team for organizing this successful event:

News

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.

What are zero-emissions vessels?

Zero-emissions vessels are vessels that emits no greenhouse gasses or pollutants during its operation. Unlike fossil fuel powered ships, zero emission ships do this by utilizing propulsion systems which generate usable kinetic energy using alternative fuels. The ideal choice of technology is determined by vessel size, power requirements, and operational profile, and fuel availability.