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Creating safe, sustainable pathways to a zero-carbon maritime industry.
Innovative technologies for end-to-end assurance of shipping's new fuel supply chain.
Recommendations on priority areas of focus are intended to contribute to the next iteration of the UK government’s Clean Maritime Plan.
This paper introduces the green shipping corridor cluster, The Silk Alliance, its evolving scope, and its overall approach. It describes the progress made so far, and the initial lessons learn.
A five-level framework for assessing the actual readiness of a vessel for the transition to zero carbon fuels.
The multinational coalition now draws upon deep expertise from 12 top industry leaders to develop a fleet-specific fuel transition strategy for the intra-Asia container trade.
Assessing the readiness of the most promising zero carbon fuels that will enable shipping to get to zero emissions by 2050.
The Maritime Decarbonisation Hub and partners launch ‘The Silk Alliance’ to develop a Green Corridor Cluster beginning with intra-Asia container trade.
A methodology that enables a detailed comparison of different fuel transition pathways regardless of vessel type or trade route.
Famous art reimagined for a zero-carbon maritime industry.
To accelerate the safe and sustainable decarbonisation of the maritime sector, through leadership, collaboration and evidence-based decision-making.
Lloyd’s Register Maritime has been engaged on leading edge R&D in the decarbonisation of shipping for many years.
Wherever your expertise in the ocean economy, start your decarbonisation journey with us.