Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin 10 Apr. 2016

Associations, Environment, Reports — By on April 10, 2016 at 7:27 PM

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EEDI Does Not Drive Clean Tech Uptake, Says Expert Study

An expert industry study, published in March 2015 by CE Delft has established that the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI), as set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), is not driving technology uptake.

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Ship Intelligence Heads to Singapore

Singapore will have the opportunity to get to grips with ship intelligence when Oskar Levander, the industry leader on this subject, touches down there next month to give a keynote speech.

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Nordic Maritime Hub Drives Alternative Fuels At Danish Port

A new European funded Nordic Maritime Hub project has recently commenced, the purpose of which is to drive shore-side power supply, port access and bunkering facilities for alternative fuels at the Port of Frederikshavn, Denmark.

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EU Funding Supports Greener Baltic Ports Plans

The Baltic Ports Organization’s (BPO) Green InfraPort project is to use a €46, 140 European Union (EU) grant to help plan and develop environmentally conscious activities across Baltic ports.

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Do We Need More Of The Realistic And Less Of The Futuristic?

Rolls Royce recently released a video visualisation of the land based control centres for the unmanned ships of the future.

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The Time For Smart Shipping Is Now

Data from an industry survey released this week by Sea Asia has revealed that 9 in 10 (94 per cent) of the leaders surveyed believe the industry to make the move towards smart shipping is now.

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Top 5 Facts About Cyber Attacks

In this week’s spotlight, Fathom Maritime Intelligence takes a look at the maritime security threats facing the shipping industry and examines recent developments that will support safer cyber operations.

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Six Countries Demand Shipping Takes ‘Fair Share’ Of GHG Efforts

France, Germany, Morocco, the Marshall Islands, Belgium and the Solomon Islands are calling on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to encourage the shipping industry’s fair share of contribution towards efforts to tackle global climate change.

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SSI Calls For GHG Emissions Action at MEPC 69

The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (“SSI”) has called on the IMO to reach agreement at the forthcoming Marine Environmental Protection Committee meeting (MEPC 69) for the quick development of a working plan and framework to reduce shipping’s Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG) emissions.

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Green Award Welcomes Two New Incentive Providers

EPE (Environmental Protection Engineering) S.A. and ERMA FIRST S.A. have become the latest technology companies to sign up as incentive providers for the Green Award Foundation.

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Industry Project Locks Sights On Gas Turbine Powered Container Ship Design

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) General Electric (GE) and Lloyd’s Register have joined forces to develop a gas turbine powered, electrically driven container ship design.

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