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Towards Sustainable Seas:
Innovations in Maritime Decarbonization

Fuelling the Energy Transition (part 3 of 3)

Sustainable Seas:
Innovations in Maritime Decarbonization

This is the third and last ebook in a series that explores fuels and technologies driving the energy transition in land, air, and sea transport.

Sea transportation contributes around 3% of annual global greenhouse gas emissions, making maritime industry decarbonization crucial to limiting global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Exploring and utilizing new types of fuels is key to achieving this goal.

These fuels should be easily integrated into the existing infrastructure of the industry, but their lifecycle emissions must be considered. Fuels derived from plant matter, waste products, or carbon capture techniques offer lower carbon footprints compared to traditional fossil fuels. Achieving transparency in supply chains and production processes is vital for ensuring the effectiveness of these fuels.

Moreover, immediate reductions in transport-related emissions and long-term decarbonization goals can be supported by digital innovations such as blockchain technology, which can ensure the tracking of the origin, production, and distribution of sustainable fuels.

What You'll Learn:

  • Current energy transition scenario and projection on the global supply of carbon-neutral fuels.
  • Challenges and solutions for the decarbonization of the maritime industry.
  • Strategy to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
  • GHG regulation framework and timeline towards 2030.
  • How digitalization can improve emissions monitoring and reporting.

Download this eBook to learn how we can optimize resource management and enhance transparency in maritime transport, contributing to global decarbonization.