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Alternative Fuels and Energy Carriers for Maritime Shipping
Aims: Explore various alternative fuels and energy carriers for the maritime sector, including those that are commercially available as well as currently under development. The workshop considers potential production pathways, emission reduction potential, infrastructure and onboard requirements, as well as implications on cost. The overall aim is to better understand some of the potential alternative fuels in the future marine fuel mix, and assess opportunities and barriers of each option.
- Government Officials - e.g. business, transport and energy officials
- Energy companies and maritime fuel suppliers - e.g. persons exploring innovation/new alternative sources.
- Port infrastructure side - e.g. persons responsible for bunker licenses.
- Shipowners and operators - e.g. those exploring alternative fuel options.
Length: Four sessions of approximately 3.5 hours
Onshore Power Supply
Aims: Onshore Power Supply is one of many strategies that have potential to reduce emissions from ships while at-berth. The training will provide participants with an in-depth overview of Onshore Power Supply from the port perspective and dive into the various analyses which need to be undertaken to assess feasibility and potential usage before any investment/implementation decisions are made.
- Port/terminal executive management
- Port environmental branch management
- Port infrastructure planning management
- Others in port management involved in an emission control strategy
Length: Five sessions of approximately 1.5 hour
Development of a route-based action plan methodology
Aims: Raise awareness amongst participants of route-based actions, how these may serve as key enablers towards the uptake of measures to reduce emissions from ships, and how a route-based action plan can be developed amongst relevant stakeholders.
- Officials involved in strategy / policy development
- Maritime Administrations
- Port Authorities
Length: Four sessions of approximately 3 hours