AUGUST 31, 2015 — Hawaii this month marked two significant milestones on the path to clean power. Makai Ocean Engineering celebrated the completion of the world’s largest operational Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
JULY 30, 2015 —The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) yesterday said that it will provide $500,000 towards the development of a high-speed, hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered passenger ferry and refueling station (see earlier
JULY 28, 2015 — Sandia National Laboratories and San Francisco’s Red and White Fleet are partnering to develop a high-speed, hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered passenger ferry and refueling station. “Everyone is talking about reducing emissions
JUNE 23, 2015 — The first Wärtsilä low-speed two-stroke dual-fuel (DF) engine destined for a commercial application has successfully completed Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) at Chinese licensee Yuchai Marine Power Co., Ltd.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 — The U.K. Marine and Coastguard Agency reports that the operator of a Portsmouth-based barge has been made to pay almost £111,000 (about $182 million) in fines and costs.
JUNE 2, 2014 — Norwegian owner Samba AS ordered a Multi Cat 2712 that will be the first newbuild from Damen Shipyards to operate in Norway’s large aquaculture and oil spot market
MARCH 13, 2014 — Research from Lloyd’s Register and University College London’s Energy Institute on the future energy mix in shipping indicates that, by 2030, in all scenarios heavy fuel oil remains
FEBRUARY 25, 2014 — More details have been released about the portable hydrogen fuel cell unit being trialed in the Port of Honolulu (see earlier story). The unit is currently in the
FEBRUARY 14, 2014 — The U.S. Maritime Administration is partnering with the Department of Energy (DOE) and Sandia National Laboratories to explore the potential cost savings and emissions reductions through the use
JANUARY 28, 2014 — DNV GL has released a position paper that looks at what alternative fuels ships will be burning between now and 2050. And while LNG is expected to be