Royal Navy aims to take the wind out of climate change sails

Hybrid technologies could power Royal Navy vessels and cut emissions

US announces $34m to produce low carbon biofuels for planes and ships

The Department of Energy believes biofuels will play an important role in reaching the goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050

Have a bright idea to help address poor power management impact on MOD estates?

It seeks to understand the capacity of campus sites to take on distributed power resources such as solar and fast charging for EVs

New $61.4m funding for biofuels research to reduce transport emissions

It will support technologies that produce low cost biofuels, derived from renewable resources and can power heavy duty vehicles that are difficult to electrify with current technologies, including airplanes and ships

Swedish firm signs €6.9m fuel cell contract with European shipyard

Marine fuel cells could be the route to halving shipping emissions by 2050

Could old oil tankers be repurposed as clean energy power plants?

ShipEco Marine Limited says the answer is yes – it plans to fit vessels with vertical pistons to turn the power of waves into electricity

UN agency sets sail to tackle emissions from ships

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

Equinor celebrates supply chain emissions reductions

Total emissions have been reduced by 37% since 2011

Rolls-Royce to deliver battery systems for two offshore vessels

Golden Energy Offshore’s vessels will also receive an energy monitoring system that provides a complete overview of energy usage onboard

Rolls-Royce full sail ahead with energy storage for ships

The company has been delivering battery systems since 2010, however, the units were previously supplied by an external party