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  • Research for Singapore's First Floating...

    Research is getting underway to develop Singapore’s first floating energy storage system (ESS). Designed to incorporate new technologies in batteries and other areas, the project is part of an ongoing partnership between Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) to develop innovative energy solutions in the marine sector. The technologies that are being developed will also contribute to the future of electric and hybrid ships.

  • Marine Biofuel Tests on Tankers Operated by...

    Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping has become the latest shipping company to test marine biofuel as an alternative to lowering emissions. According to the company, the test project is in line with its Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Policy that calls for the testing and use of various alternative marine fuels to significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.

  • BIMCO Expresses Concern Over EU ETS Calling for...

    BIMCO urges the EU to work with the international community at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to get a global market-based measure established, when the required technology is available, which would ensure the industry operates on a level playing field

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Research for Singapore's First Floating Energy Storage System

Research is getting underway to develop Singapore’s first floating energy storage system (ESS). Designed to incorporate new technologies in batteries and other areas, the project is part of an ongoing partnership between Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) to develop innovative energy solutions in the marine sector. The technologies that are being developed will also contribute to the future of electric and hybrid ships.

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Marine Biofuel Tests on Tankers Operated by Eastern Pacific Shipping

Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping has become the latest shipping company to test marine biofuel as an alternative to lowering emissions. According to the company, the test project is in line with its Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Policy that calls for the testing and use of various alternative marine fuels to significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.

English

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