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A new report from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research suggests that climate models are underestimating the full severity of extreme weather events, but that water cycle impacts (such as river water levels) are among the more reliably projected…
Speaking at the High Level Conference on Climate Change and Oceans Preservation in Belgium, the IMO Secretary-General has urged vessel owners, port operators, governments and all those involved in the maritime transport sector to take urgent action to achieve the ambitions…
Santos Pilots operates in the largest port in Latin America, at  the Port of Santos, in Brazil. The company carried out the environmental monitoring of its activities through VGP-Environmental Management, a program developed by Via Green Institute, which manages five…
Monday, 18 February 2019 11:19

Electric Power for New Icelandic Ferry

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A new article has been published in the Marine Engineers Messenger discussing a new ABB contract to supply integrated power and electric storage solutions to a new electric ferry for the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration that will take 3,600…
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