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  • Cleaning up ports: from Oslo to California

    From underwater drones in Norway to an Australian-designed floating rubbish bin, tech companies and port authorities are increasingly linking up to clean up waterways and tackle air pollution. What are...

  • Could fuel cells soon be used in ship propulsion?

    Swiss technological giant ABB recently partnered with SINTEF, one of Europe’s largest independent research organisations, to test the viability of fuel cells as an energy source for ship propulsion. The...

  • Three key solutions for decarbonising shipping

    Non-profit group Transport & Environment recently published a report on the best ways for the shipping industry to decarbonise its operations, identifying batteries, hydrogen and ammonia as key. However, without...

  • February’s top news stories

    Ericsson and mobile service provider China Unicom are set to provide a 5G smart harbour system at the Port of Qingdao, Shandong, China, and Wärtsilä signed an agreement to provide...

  • LNG in shipping: could space tech lighten the load?

    Athens-based marine consultancy Ocean Finance is working with partners on SpaceTech4Sea, an innovative project using the aerospace industry’s light-weight LNG tank technology to make the fuel more viable for shipowners....

  • January’s top news stories

    Canaveral Port Authority awarded a $108.5m contract to Ivey’s Construction for building its new Cruise Terminal 3 project, and the majority of British ports have little or no transition plan...

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