November, 2020
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The design envisages that the hydrogen will be generated onboard using a power generation turbine ultimately driven by wind power.
MOL To Develop Hydrogen & Wind Powered Vessel Design
All will feature Anemoi Marine Technologies rotor sails.
Trio to Focus on Wind Power in New Vessels Designs
Low newbuilding deliveries, a potential rebound in demand and an ageing fleet could prevent an absolute reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030.
MEPC 75: Lack of Regulatory Progress Bad for Industry Orderbook, CO2 Emissions
That will be used to generate a $5 billion fund to accelerate the introduction of zero-emission technologies for maritime transport.
$2/mt Bunker Levy Plan to be Given Further Consideration by IMO
Set to come into force from April 2022, but Governments being encouraged to adopt them now.
IMO Adopts New Rules Bringing Consistency to Sulfur Compliance Testing
Shipowner associations representing 90% of the world merchant fleet want the charge placed on marine fuel consumed.
Shipowners to IMO: We Want $2/mt Bunker Levy to Fund Decarbonisation Efforts
Could result in confusion for buyers, suppliers, and other stakeholders in the marine fuel supply chain.
BIMCO: Warns on Changes to Sulfur Testing Regs
Virtual meeting to discuss International Maritime Research and Development Board and fund.
Alt Fuels Riding High on MEPC75 Agenda
The company plans to order only ships with zero-emission technology from 2030.
Norway's Odfjell Seeks Climate-Neutral Fleet by 2050
The shipping body has published a new report this week looking at ammonia, hydrogen and fuel cells and batteries as alternative marine power sources.
ICS: Back Our Decarbonisation Fund Idea or Trillions of Dollars Could be Wasted