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New method to estimate emission quantities at the berths of barges

New method to estimate emission quantities at the berths of barges

Ships moored in the port have an energy demand, which is usually generated by the diesel generators on board. Until now, these pollutant quantities have been recorded using blanket estimation methods.…
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Port of Antwerp expands its fleet with energy-efficient tugs

Port of Antwerp expands its fleet with energy-efficient tugs

Port of Antwerp - partner in the CLINSH Project - inaugurated three new RSD tugs on 19 April 2021. This expansion forms part of the renewal and greening of the fleet, in which Port of Antwerp is focusing…
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CLINSH ship 'Triton' achieves substantial emission reductions

CLINSH ship 'Triton' achieves substantial emission reductions

In line with the trend of greening inland navigation, CLINSH participant Van der Meulen Woudsend developed the showpiece of its fleet. They converted their 49.50-metre crane ship into a hybrid ship, which…
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Looking back at the Fleet demonstration CLINSH

Looking back at the Fleet demonstration CLINSH

After three rounds of tendering 43 ships were recruited for CLINSH. The fleet consists of 14 ships to be refitted with a greening technique and the other ships using a variety of techniques and fuels…
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European plan for sustainable and digital inland waterway transport

European plan for sustainable and digital inland waterway transport

We need a European plan to help inland navigation in the "sustainable transition" and the "digital transformation" that will be needed in the coming decades. In the interests of the…
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CCNR studies on energy transition towards a zero-emission inland navigation sector

CCNR studies on energy transition towards a zero-emission inland navigation sector

The intermediate results are now available! Find out more here. 
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Belgian and Dutch inland ports want a single uniform onshore power system

Belgian and Dutch inland ports want a single uniform onshore power system

Port of Antwerp, the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the Port of Amsterdam, North Sea Port Netherlands, Drechtsteden and the Vlaamse Waterweg want to achieve a single uniform shore-based power system for…
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Free CLINSH energy scan for inland vessels

Free CLINSH energy scan for inland vessels

As of today and until October 22nd, inland vessels can be registered as candidate for a free energy scan. With these energy scans, Port of Antwerp, North Sea Port and the Flemish public authorities (De…
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Dutch energy tax on onshore power close to zero by 2021

Dutch energy tax on onshore power close to zero by 2021

The Dutch government is going to abolish the energy tax on onshore power next year. This is stated in the 'miljoenennota' presented on Prinsjesdag. It is also looking into the possibility…
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CLINSH partner Marine South East involved in PESO project improving air quality in Portsmouth International Port

CLINSH partner Marine South East involved in PESO project improving air quality in Portsmouth International Port

PESO – Port Energy Systems Optimisation – is a project about smart energy technologies which are being piloted at Portsmouth International Port to improve air quality, reduce carbon emissions…
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CLINSH partner Marine South East involved in PESO project improving air quality in Portsmouth International Port

CLINSH partner Marine South East involved in PESO project improving air quality in Portsmouth International Port

PESO – Port Energy Systems Optimisation – is a project about smart energy technologies which are being piloted at Portsmouth International Port to improve air quality, reduce carbon emissions…
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