2019-2

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Iceland’s first electrified ferry

ABB supplies the drive system and energy storage technology for Iceland’s first electrified ferry. The 70-metre vessel will be equipped ...
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Baltic Sea SECA has saved thousands of lives

Thousands of lives in North Europe have been saved as a result of the Sulphur Emission Control Area (SECA), whereby ships’ fuel ...
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110 shipping companies support speed limit

In an open letter to the UN’s International Maritime Organization (IMO), the 110 companies express their support for proposals  ...
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EC study backs speed limits for ships

A study funded by the European Commission (EC) and led by CE Delft has come out in favour of implementing speed limits for ships, saying it is one of ...
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Support for a Mediterranean Emission Control Area growing

Italy has declared its support for controlling ship emissions in the Mediterranean, the country’s Minister of Environment Sergio Costa declared at a recent G7 summit held in Metz, France.
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No. 2 June 2019

Content: A first vision of a Common Food Policy, In pursuit of net-zero farming, CCS: Time to move on, Large potential for offshore wind energy, Science confirms – we can act now, Flemish Green Deal on domestic wood heating, Air pollution is doing more than killing us
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