Decarbonizing Maritime: A Role for Alternative Fuels and Offshore Wind

Decarbonizing Maritime: A Role for Alternative Fuels and Offshore Wind

To reach decarbonization goals for the shipping industry set by the United Nations IMO, the first net-zero ships likely need to enter the global fleet by 2030. But the environmental impact of the maritime sector is more than the sum of its vessels; the OECD estimates that carbon and NOx footprints of ports will grow fourfold in the next 30 years unless they invest in emissions-free operations and power generation. Join SeaAhead and our partners for a lively exploration of the potential for offshore wind, green hydrogen, and other alternative fuels to help drive a decarbonized maritime industry, at sea and in port, by 2050. AGENDASeaAhead Introduction - Mark Huang, Managing DirectorGreen Hydrogen 101 - Jim Lyons, Chief Technologist, Cleantech VCKeynote by Orsted - Potential of offshore wind to create alternative fuels for shipping and taking ports off gridReverse Pitches and Panel DiscussionDecarbonizing Shipping & Ports – Alternative FuelsGreen Hydrogen and Offshore Wind – US East Coast OpportunitySpeakers will include :Startup Pitch Session

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