energy efficiency

Climate change, big data and supply chains to take over in 2020

Bureau Veritas estimates that in 2020 there will be major growth in compliance, leading testing and inspection. The certification authority revealed that the key trends in the year ahead will be tackling climate change, ‘Big Data’ as well as ethical supply chains.

Shipping will see a variety in future energy

The third day of Sea Asia 2019 ended with industry leaders from across the supply chain discussing what the change from fossil fuels means for the maritime industry. Following day two, participants unanimously agreed that every government, industry, company and individual has to take action.

IMO Sec-Gen highlights key maritime issues during trip to China

Speaking at the Dalian Maritime University during his visit to China last week, IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim marked the start of the Master’s degree programme on Maritime Safety and Environmental Management – a joint programme with the World Maritime University.

EU kick-starts project to promote digitalization in Baltic Sea

ECOPRODIGI project initiates a unique collaboration between research organizations and the industry end-users to create and pilot digital solutions increasing eco-efficiency throughout the vessel lifecycle. The EU-funded project supports Baltic Sea region in becoming a front-runner in maritime industry digitalisation and clean shipping.

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