Maersk freight ship
Maersk brings forward net zero target to 2040

It has set more ambitious science-based targets for the end of this decade to keep it on track

Maersk freight ship
Maersk launches first €500m green bond for methanol ships

It is hoping to have methanol-powered container ships ready to go by 2024 with the new investment

Royal Navy looking to get an electric feel

The Ministry of Defence is looking to implement hybrid-electric engines to ships by the end of the decade

Maersk sails ahead with ‘carbon-neutral’ container ships order

They will replace older vessels and are expected to generate carbon savings of around one million tonnes annually

Fincantieri and Enel Green Power to develop hydrogen solutions for maritime transport

The companies have signed an agreement to implement green hydrogen to help decarbonise the sector

Michelin chooses ‘carbon-free’ ships to transport tyres

The tyre manufacturer has partnered with NEOLINE, a start-up specialising in ‘carbon-free’ cargo ships

EU Parliament votes in favour of 40% emissions reduction from shipping industry

Members of the European Parliament want the sector to contribute to climate neutrality

ABB brings fuel cell technology a step closer to powering ocean-going ships

The fuel cell systems will be based on a megawatt-scale fuel cell power plant and manufactured in Bordeaux

Siemens builds Germany’s largest green power terminal for ships

It is expected to go into test operation within the 2020 cruise ship season and help reduce annual carbon emissions by more than 8,000 tons

Wärtsilä selected to supply LNG equipment for three new vessels

The short-sea roll-on, lift-off vessels will be operated by Finnish Bore Ltd