"Creating a rule framework for the green revolution in shipping industry" internal & territorial waters
Keywords:alternative fuels, new technologies, carbon, risk, rules
Warning about global warming and the noxious effects of pollution, international institutions already settled drastic reductions in emissions that endanger the atmosphere. These challenges apply as much to the inland navigation industry and the coastal fleet as the ocean ships. Shipping companies are implementing new technologies to go toward the environmental goals. There is obviously a large panel of solutions. None of the solutions is a panacea and the stakeholders must make their choice depending on the type of vessel and the constraints of the area of operation, considering the related regulations to come, if not already in force. As a leading classification society, Bureau Veritas is committed to developing new rules and guidelines to keep shipping safe as it develops these innovative new green projects.
Friederike Dahlke-Wallat, Benjamin Friedhoff and Sophie Martens, “Assessment of technologies in view of zero-emission IWT“ (Report No. 2293, October 2020), Eidgenössisches Departement für Umwelt, Verkehr, Energie und Kommunikation - Bundesamt für
Verkehr (BAV) Abteilung Sicherheit / Sektion Schifffahrt, Switzerland for DST – Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems, Duisburg, Germany ; part of the overarching study “Financing the energy transition to-wards a zero-emission European IWT sector“
Olivier Ticos and Patrice Domange - Alca Torda Applications, Sept.2020 - “Formation aux notions fondamentales des technologies de l’hydrogène”
VNF, Voies navigables de France, Direction du Développement, 62408 Béthune, France : “Les cahiers techniques de BATELIA“ (Bureau d’Assistance Technique et Logistique pour les Industriels et Artisans), including:
CAHIER TECHNIQUE N°1, Propulsion hybride pour bateaux fluviaux - Édition avril 2018
CAHIER TECHNIQUE N°2, Propulsion hydrogène pour bateaux fluviaux - Édition janvier 2020
CAHIER TECHNIQUE N°3, Propulsion gaz pour bateaux fluviaux - Édition janvier 2020
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