Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News 13 Sept. 2015

Associations, Awards, Environment, Press and Media, Reports — By on September 13, 2015 at 7:07 PM
London - the Square Mile

London – the Square Mile

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Ship Efficiency: The Event 2015 – Review Of Day One

Ship Efficiency: The Event 2015 saw more than 350 maritime professionals enter London’s Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre for two days of debate, discussion, seminars, workshops and a bustling exhibition.

In this week’s industry spotlight, Fathom looks back at the successes and highlights of Ship Efficiency: The Event 2015.

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SHIP EFFICIENCY E-NEWS

Wind, Battery Propulsion Tech Recognised With Ship Efficiency Awards

Battery and wind propulsion systems were picked as winners in two categories at this week’s Ship Efficiency Awards 2015.

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Emissions Reducing Cruise Ship Unveiled

Knud E. Hansen, naval architect, designers and marine engineers, have revealed their latest luxury expedition cruise ship to feature energy saving, emissions reducing technologies for Arctic and Antarctic operation.

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Milestone For International’s Intersleek Carbon Credits Scheme

International’s Trevor Solomon has that their Intersleek carbon credits were to be traded on the market for the first time in the next couple of days at Fathom’s Ship Efficiency conference held on September 8th 2015.

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Ship Efficiency Retrofit Grant Launched By Carbon War Room

Carbon War Room (CWR) have issued a request for proposals (RFP) to shipowners or charterers for a grant that will help finance a single-vessel retrofit with a bundle of proven technologies. The retrofit will result in a minimum fuel savings of 10–15%.

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Inmarsat Announces Partnership With Rolls-Royce On Autonomous Ship Project

Today at Fathom’s Ship Efficiency conference, Inmarsat Maritime’s President Ronald Spithout announced Inmarsat’s participation in the Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative (AAWA) recently launched by Rolls-Royce.

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LONDON INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING WEEK SPECIAL

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