The Clean Maritime Plan is the climate roadmap for taking the maritime sector in the UK towards zero emissions.
According to the International Maritime Organization
Energy efficiency, reduced carbon print and greater use of renewable energy will be the greatest transition for the maritime industry by 2050.
The electrification of the seas requires energy sources in remote places.
Offshore wind farms are playing an important role as Europe transitions to renewable energy.
Ambitions for zero emission maritime operations by 2030 require new power sources.
Over the next three decades, the world’s energy system will become substantially cleaner
Shipping as the lifeblood of the global economy transporting approximately 90% of global trade.
The Dutch Trade and Investment Fund (DTIF) offers loans, guarantees and export financing for Dutch companies that want to expand their businesses internationally. DTIF
With the WBSO, companies can lower the wage costs for research and development (R&D) and other R&D costs and expenditures, such as prototypes or research equip