Japanese firms team up to build zero-emission tanker by 2021

The businesses say the vessel will be powered by large-capacity batteries and will operate in Tokyo Bay

UK’s new ships could have to be zero emission by 2025

The Department for Transport and Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani have set out a series of ambitious plans to cut pollution from the country’s maritime sector

Shipping firms ‘failing to invest in critical decarbonisation tech’

A new report from CDP warns this is despite the sector being at risk of missing targets set by the International Maritime Organization

UN agency sets sail to tackle emissions from ships

The Government is Norway is providing $1.1 million for the ‘GreenVoyage-2050’ initiative

Dutch ship management firm sets sail with €110m green loan

The project is expected to significantly reduce emissions of sulphur oxide and particulate matter pollutants

Maersk freight ship
Maersk plans to sail to forefront of clean shipping

The Danish shipping giant will eventually stop using fossil fuels altogether in its bid for carbon neutrality

UK sets sail towards cleaning up maritime emissions

A Maritime Innovation Hub is to be established by 2030 to support new technologies while boosting regional productivity with new jobs

All aboard for emissions savings!

A number of innovative new technologies could help slash emissions from the shipping industry

US seeks change to shipping sector sulphur cap

The Trump Administration supports an ‘experience building phase’ being introduced

Emissions dip when freight ships use chips

Chip fat and other vegetable oils could be used to replace polluting fuels used to power freight vessels