Regional workshop East Med
DAFNI organized the East Med Regional workshop on Thursday 23 November 2023, in a hybrid mode, onsite in Athens, Greece and online via zoom meetings. The main language of the event was Greek, but a translator service was employed in order to provide live translation to the non-greek audience who attended online.
The SEANERGY Project joined the Danube Ports Days 2023
On November 23rd and 24th 2023, the SEANERGY Project was presented at the Danube Ports Days in Vienna. The Danube Ports Days have become a must-attend event on the agenda of the IWT community in the Danube Region and well beyond, providing a transnational platform to discuss, by bringing together decision-makers, experts and the IWT sector, key aspects related to port development issues.
MARPOL at 50 – our commitment goes on: Maritime Decarbonisation
The World Maritime University (WMU) organized a two-days international seminar on the role of green technologies and capacity building in maritime decarbonisation. The event brought together 58 participants on site and 12 online, with the central support of the EU Horizon Europe funded project SEAENERGY.
SEANERGY General Assembly in Genoa
SEANERGY 3rd Project Meeting took place in Genoa (Italy) on November 16-17, 2023. The meeting gathered all 12 European project partners devoted to successfully transform ports into clean energy hubs.
What are the main challenges for the EU ports to undertake green transition?
The European Union (EU) has been at the forefront of efforts to combat climate change and has taken the leading role in the transition towards a greener and more sustainable future in the first quarter of the twenty-first century. As part of this broad objective, EU ports are facing significant challenges in their endeavour to embrace green initiatives.
Danube Commission and the SEANERGY project consortium organized the Danube Regional Workshop on Energy Transition in Inland Ports
The DC Secretariat/Expert Group on Ports, Port of Enns and Circletouch organized the Danube Regional Workshop on Energy Transition in Inland Ports in the framework of the EU HORIZON Europe project “SEANERGY” The Sustainability Educational Programme for Greener Fuels and Energy on ports.
Why is the catalogue of energy transition technologies for ports essential for the SEANERGY Project?
Even though currently there are no concrete obligations set in place to scale down maritime transport emissions, reducing them is part of the EU economy-wide reduction commitment under the Paris Agreement, and it also plays a role in the EU’s goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050.