On the way to zero emissions in maritime transport

17 August 2023 - Published by Katharina Rubahn
Zero Emission Ports North Sea (ZEM Ports NS) helped realise the world's first 100% hydrogen-driven cargo ship. The project also analysed how port infrastructures must prepare for carbon-free shipping.

Our project has come to an end, but its impact will continue to shape the maritime shipping industry for years to come. We are thrilled to share with you some of the major results from the Zero Emission Ports North Sea Project, which highlights our commitment to a cleaner, more sustainable future. Our efforts have yielded significant progress in reducing harmful emissions and promoting alternative energy sources. We remain optimistic about the future and look forward to the positive changes that are sure to come as we continue to work towards carbon-reduction in shipping.

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Thanks to our partners in the project: Future Proof Shipping, SDU Sønderborg, Maritime at RISE, PURE Energy Centre Limited, Ærø Kommune