New project in Norway support the greening of maritime transport


The “Energy Hub for Ships” project aims to establish essential infrastructure for low-emission shipping

Funded by a grant from Bergen Municipality, Maritime CleanTech says it matches Bergen’s ambitions to improve charging infrastructure for various transport sectors.

To ensure a comprehensive approach, Maritime CleanTech said it will engage its network of partners in the maritime sector, including ship owners, energy companies and technology developers, in the project.

Two workshops will be organized in the second half of 2024 to gather expert opinions and facilitate stakeholder discussions, Maritime CleanTech added.

The first workshop will be held in September and will focus on potential charging hub locations and short- and long-term power availability, while the second workshop is expected to be held in November and will focus on vessel segments, technologies and future development needs.

On the basis of the input from these discussions, a final report with recommendations will be prepared and presented at the One Ocean Week in April 2025, according to Maritime CleanTech.

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