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The EU Commission has published the updated work programme 2018 - 2020.
What has happened in the industry since the launch of our "Maritime Energy Turnaround" initiative? A lot! Here you will find impressive examples of how the industrial motor industry is contributing to the Maritime Energy Turnaround.
Our member company, the Hamburg engineering company TECHNOLOG GmbH, has received an order from HAPAG-LLOYD to carry out the world's first conversion of a large container ship to liquid gas propulsion (LNG).
Synthetic fuels are an essential component of the energy system transformation because they bridge the gap between the sectors.
EU Tender of the EU Maritime and Fisheries Fund - Deadline 31.01.2019
On 19 December 2018, the revised "Directive on Subsidies for Inland Waterway Transport Companies for the Sustainable Modernisation of Inland Waterway Vessels" was published in the Federal Gazette. It entered into force on 1 January 2019 and expires on 31 December 2019. It thus merely represents a revision and one-year extension of the funding directive that has existed since 2015.
More money for maritime research: Maritime Coordinator Brackmann calls for ideas in the new research priority "Maritime.Green propulsion".
Motivation of the participants in the different shipbuilding value creation stages
Entry into force of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/608 of 19. April 2018 laying down technical criteria for electronic tags for marine equipment
The funding programme “Innovative shipbuilding ensures competitive jobs” of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is also being continued in 2018. The new funding guideline follows on directly from the preceding regulation, which ended on December 31st 2017, and creates the legal framework for future funding in this area.
Announcement by the National Contact Point (NCP) for shipping and maritime technology on behalf of the BMWi (German Ministry of Economics).
The new Maritime Research Programme of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) starting on January 1st 2018 aims to support innovative technology solutions for key future issues in the maritime sector.
First call for BMVI promotional programme for equipping/converting ships for LNG operation.
22.11.2017, Frankfurt am Main, VDMA House
VDMA: No Alternatives to International Climate Protection - Demands for Increased Commitment from IMO - Shipping Must Be Emission-Free in the Long Term
Report on Ballast Water Management Systems
Alexandra Dreyer
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