By Noah Silberschmidt, CEO and Founder, Silverstream Technologies Shipping’s clean technology market is growing more complicated in the rush to decarbonize, says Noah Silberschmidt, CEO and Founder of Silverstream Technologies. Proof of
Contributed by Houlder, Silverstream and Norsepower Since the International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced the new Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) requirements following MEPC 76, shipowners have been looking for solutions which
Last month, we covered marine paints and coatings in the magazine edition of Marine Log. To keep that conversation going, we wanted to offer our readers a Q&A with Chris Birkert of
If you didn’t get the message that shipping needs to decarbonize, welcome back from your vacation on Mars. The International Maritime Organization has set what the International Chamber of Shipping describes as
Classification society DNV estimates that currently up to 30,000 vessels will need to take action to comply with the upcoming EEXI regulation, likely be adopted at this week’s 76th meeting of the
New measures likely to be adopted at the next meeting of IMO’s Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) will need to be addressed by shipowners’ legal teams as well as their technical departments.
As widely expected, IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), which is holding its 75th session virtually November 16-20, has approved draft new mandatory regulations to cut the carbon intensity of existing ships.