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Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association (ZESTAs)
2021-11-01 - 2021-11-03
The leading international collaboration platform for achieving true zero in the maritime sector, Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association (ZESTAs), is organizing a disruptive and interactive event coinciding with COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. This hybrid face-to-face/virtual event is your COP26 opportunity to align with the razor’s edge of innovation, driving the maritime industry toward wave-breaking change.
ZESTAs is an international trade association of global game-changers developing true zero emission ship technologies. The association is a bold voice impacting industry, legislation and regulation to uptake true zero emission ship technologies and fuels.
90% of goods traded are transported by ship. If shipping were a country it would be the 4th largest GHG polluter. The Paris Agreement will not be achieved unless the shipping industry urgently makes cohesive and aggressive headway towards true zero°.
‘Ship ZERO°: Charging to True Zero°’ brings together innovators, thought leaders, regulators and first movers from the shipping and energy sectors to pinpoint collaborative development opportunities and identify pathways to enabling large-scale deployment of true zero
This high-profile event is an unprecedented opportunity to engage with leading international disruptors, aligning your brand with real-world solutions for mitigating and eliminating the climate impacts of commercial shipping.
What will ‘Ship ZERO°’ deliver?
‘Ship ZERO°’ will chart a course to true zero emissions using the waypoints of existing technologies and innovations, combining perspectives and experiences from a wide range of industry stakeholders to plot a course through the stormy seas of regulation, finance, new technological developments and fuel uncertainty. The deliverable will be a collaborative and interactive navigational chart (‘Charging to True Zero°’), to be shared with COP26 delegates, shipping and energy industry stakeholders as well as being delivered to the IMO, in both written report and film formats.