Uson Marine and Marine Position have reached an agreement whereby Uson Marine will now act as a distributor for Marine Position's Environmental Navigator product, which will be sold and marketed under the name Uson Clean Pilot.
WR Systems (WR) is to launch a new variant of its laser-based emissions monitor designed specifically for scrubber applications.
A green-ship equipment certification centre opened this month in Gunsan, reports the Korean Register (KR), a founding partner in this project.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is urging the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to focus on developing a global CO2 reporting system before looking into efficiency indexing of ships.
A large majority in the shipping industry wants a common standardised methodology to measure fuel consumption, according to a research by University College London’s Energy Institute (UCL-Energy).
Videotel has launched a new training course, The Practical Management and Switching of Fuels, to help bridge and engine room officers and engineers learn to manage the switch to low sulphur fuel when operating in Emission Control Areas (ECAs).
UK’s innovation agency has launched an R&D competition that will see businesses developing solutions to increase ship efficiency and reduce marine emissions receive a £3 million boost.
A European study has suggested that advanced emissions monitoring could help save owners and operators of large ships calling at EU ports up to €9 million per year.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), the worldwide trade association for shipowners, is urging the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to develop a global regulation on CO2 monitoring before the European Union adopts what it calls “unilateral regional regulations.”
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