Japan’s NYK becomes national champion for next-gen shipbuilding

Plans for a using a novel type of energy transport ship were announced on April 24, not one that hauls oil or natural gas, but a vessel that transports electricity in batteries.

£33 million boost to turn green ports and ships into a reality

Maritime Minister, Lord Davies, has today (26 January 2024) announced the winners of £33 million of government funding to develop green technologies for ports and ships – accelerating the UK’s race to decarbonise the sector while supporting jobs in coastal communities across the country, helping grow the economy in the long term.

Steering shipping towards a sustainable future

Ocean data has a vital but underappreciated role to play as an enabler in shipping’s energy transition.

Denmark donates millions to support green shipping in developing countries

During the UN’s annual climate summit, Denmark has taken the initiative to strengthen maritime cooperation with developing countries to ensure that they meet the IMO’s 2030 target of a 40% reduction in carbon emissions from the global fleet.

Minister of Transport announces the Green Shipping Corridor Program to help cut pollution in marine shipping

Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez, announced the creation of the Green Shipping Corridor Program, an investment of $165.4 million, and launched a call for proposals under this program.

United States, Denmark and the Center Join Forces to Establish Green Corridors in Developing Countries

The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the Danish Government have joined forces to resource and execute pre-feasibility studies for green corridors in five countries in the Global South.