Cool Gas as as Energy Source for Shipping
Liquid Energy · March 30, 2021
The Baltic Sea Region has favorable conditions to become an example of clean shipping in the global context. There is no lack of ambition in this area, region has well-developed competencies and the necessary infrastructure. Are we making the most of it? Our region is a front runner in terms of the established environmental standards, so the technological development should be adequate. As countries and regions are increasingly looking for sustainable solutions, businesses seek to adapt and...

Liquefied Natural Gas value chain for clean shipping, green ports and blue growth in the Baltic Sea Region
GoLNG · March 02, 2021
INWL Institute for sustainable Economics and Logistics took part in the transnational initiative – GO LNG: LNG Value Chain for Clean Shipping, Green Ports and Blue Growth in Baltic Sea Region. (2017) The project aims at 👉🏽 📌enhancing clean shipping capacity of maritime actors in the Baltic Sea Region 📌reduce negative effects of shipping on the marine environment

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Newsletter no. 2 published!
Liquid Energy · January 04, 2021
Dear all! Liquid Energy just worked out their Newsletter no. 2 on project milestones from 2020. The reporting devotes on the conversion of boat Magda 1, from diesel to LNG. Enjoy reading and keep up-to-date with Liquid Energy!

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Connect2SmallPorts · December 07, 2020
The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) published the Environmental Report 2020 on port performances and readiness for sustainable transformation as well as environmental impact. Around 60% of the participating ports can be classified as small and medium-sized ports according to their tonnage handling, which represents the main target groups of Connect2SmallPorts project. In general, the report underlines the need of more innovation-driven and future oriented changes in (small and...

Connect2SmallPorts · November 16, 2020
As this year demands for new ways to meet and collaborate, INNOVATION DAYS 2020 will take place as a webinar! The event is supported by the Connect2SmallPorts project, and focuses on the topic of Digitalisation of the Maritime and Ports sector. The INNOVATION DAYS will be on the 25th of November, 10.00 am CET. Registration and Agenda can be found following this link.

Connect2SmallPorts · November 06, 2020
Together with out Expert Giovanni di Noto, the project consortium transferred the developed capacity building concept for port ecosystems to our Connect2SmallPorts Online Course. Since the project and its activities are part-financed by the INTERREG South Baltic Programme, all course content completely for free! Participants only need to register themselves and are able to follow-up. Short questions and exercises to pass a module enable active participation and increase knowledge, leading to an...

Connect2SmallPorts · November 05, 2020
The Connect2SmallPorts project officially launches an open call for small and medium-sized ports of the South Baltic Sea Region. Through our on-going project work, we as project consortium are able to offer digital pilots to be developed and implemented in small and medium-sized ports. Besides our own expertise, we can rely on our large network and digital solutions that can be adapted and tested in your port, covering several fields such as digital security, Port Community Systems, Supply...

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