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Sustainability equals to resilient shipping industry

Referring to key priorities for a robust, resilient and sustainable maritime sector, Mr. Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, IWSA, highlights the need for an integrated approach that will ensure up-stream and down-stream impacts are always assessed in a transparent and collaborative way and emissions aren’t shifted, offset or dumped into other sectors.

Wind Win Win: Environment, Engineering and Economics

During the 2019 SAFETY4SEA London Conference, Ms Diane Gilpin, Founder/CEO, Green Shipping Alliance, highlights the benefits of wind technology for the shipping industry. Ms. Gilpin says that the abundance of wind is a great, proven source of propulsive energy, and it can support significant GHG emissions reduction.

Blue Planet Shipping: Wind Assisted Propulsion combines tradition and innovation

While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mrs Marianthe Patrona, Managing Director, Blue Planet Shipping explains why they have turned to wind propulsion and what their plans are for a greener and sustainable future. Blue Planet Shipping has been shortlisted in the ‘Dry Bulk Operator’ category among other distinguished nominees.

IWSA: Wind propulsion is an attractive solution toward decarbonization

IWSA has been nominated in the ‘Initiative’ category for its pioneering projects which can deliver 5-20% and with potential up to 30% savings, picking up speed on the road to decarbonization. As explained, key industry stakeholders are planning to test and install wind propulsion systems.

Wind propulsion a realistic choice toward decarbonisation

In an exclusive interview with SAFETY4SEA, Mr. Gavin Allwright, Secretary of the International Windship Association (IWSA), mentions that industry has realized wind propulsion is a realistic choice for a more sustainable future and refers to the existing wind assisted marine projects. Although the viability of these installations is starting to be proved, there are still barriers for the industry to overcome with perception being on top of these


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