Our strategy for reducing emissions is to first improve our energy efficiency and then to implement further renewable energy and zero emission technologies.
With high ambition and by being transparent, Ports of Stockholm believe that the motivation to take action and reduce climate impact can be increased.
Ports of Auckland Ltd and the University of Waikato are working together on a pilot programme to establish a Direct Current (DC) micro grid for buildings at the port and its freight hubs.
ESI identifies seagoing ships that perform better in reducing air emissions than required by the current emission standards of the International Maritime Organization.
When the ship shore electricity system is in use, the auxiliary engines can be turned off by ships in port, which can greatly reduce carbon dioxide and exhaust emissions of air pollutants (NOx, SOX, PM).
The aim of the SAFE SECA project was to introduce the conditions for a wider use of ‘greener’ fuels such as LNG (liquefied natural gas) in the French Channel area.
The port of Barcelona is firmly committed to sustainability as one of the strategic pillars of its development over the coming years.
Vessel incentive programs and environmental infrastructure are a true case of “the value of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts”. By working together, these opportunities can effect greater change than by continuing to work in relative isolation.
Port Links is a web-based tool for building transport chains through the Port of Barcelona and calculating distances, emissions, cost and transit time.