On 25 January we came together with the Supergen Bioenergy and Offshore Renewable Energy Hubs to hold a Maritime Decarbonising Workshop, to explore the challenges and opportunities of ‘decarbonising’ maritime, ahead of the upcoming Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition. We were joined by the Department for Transport (DfT) and Maritime UK, as we worked together on how academia can support the maritime sector to achieve its decarbonisation targets.
Patricia Thornley (Director, Supergen Bioenergy Hub), Deborah Greaves (Director, Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub), Yulong Ding (Director, Supergen Energy Storage Network+) and Antzela Fivga (Project Manager, Supergen Energy Storage Network+) presented on behalf of their respective Hubs/Network, outlining how their objectives align with the opportunities they see to decarbonise the maritime sector.
The presentations are now available to download here:
- Supergen Bioenergy Hub, Patricia Thornley
- Supergen Energy Storage Network+, Yulong Ding & Antzela Fivga
- Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub, Deborah Greaves
- Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, Department for Transport
- MaritimeUK, Ben Murray