Seanergy

Port energy transition: Investigation of port stakeholders’ barriers and solutions

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Thu
23.Nov.23
10:30 hrs.
UTC/GMT +02

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The World Maritime University (WMU) is an academic partner in the SEANERGY project (Sustainability EducationAl programme for greeNER fuels and enerGY on ports). With the objective of contributing to the achievement of the EU Green Deal objectives, the SEANERGY Project aims to establish a framework to explore the potential of EU ports as key nodes in the marine green energy network.

As part of the SEANERGY research plan, WMU has developed an online survey to create an insight of different port stakeholders, the barriers they are facing in the process of port energy transition, and the possible solutions to overcome these barriers.

This questionnaire is open to a wide range of port stakeholders, from practical port operators to research institutes and academia. WMU is pleased to invite all port stakeholders, to participate in this online survey. To ensure that all viewpoints have been taken into consideration, your participation is essential.

THE QUESTIONNAIRE IS CONFIDENTIAL AND ANONYMOUS FOR THE PURPOSES OF RESEARCH ONLY

Please complete the questionnaire by 30 May 2023. It should take you about 15 minutes to complete the questionnaire.

Follow this link to participe:
https://wmuhq.questionpro.eu/a/TakeSurvey?tt=Dvy5WKD8llcrYTvothWAdQ%3D%3D

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