Studies & Projects
Projects and studies carried out with the funding of European Green maritime technologies resources will be gathered and grouped appropriately in order to exploit the knowledge and the results already produced. Entries can be filtered based on various criteria such as the topic category, the budget, the source of funding
Studies & Projects
Europa Venture is an affiliated company of Ocean Finance, established as an SPV for the design and coordination of the EUROPA SHIP Plan, a project targeting the renewal of the European SSS fleet using financial blending.
RETROFIT “Retrofitting ships with new technologies for improved overall environmental footprint” aims to initiate a new impulse in combating climate change by improving the environmental efficiency of waterborne transportation, specifically the environmental footprint of existing ships.
NAVAIS will develop a platform-based modular product family approach supported by the 3DEXPERIENCE® integrated business platform. This concept will increase efficiency in vessel design and flexibility in production networks. NAVAIS will specifically focus on passenger/road ferries and multi-use workboats integrating sustainability in the design of the ships.
The goal of FIBRESHIP is to enable the construction of the entire hull and superstructure of large-length, seagoing and inland ships in fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) materials by overcoming several key technical challenges.
|6||Natural gas (NG)||
Natural gas (NG) is a fossil fuel consisting mainly of methane. As a primary energy source, NG has been increasing its share in world energy consumption faster than any other source in the recent years (with the exception of coal, mainly because of its use in China) and it currently accounts for about 25% of world energy consumption...
USWEUSWE is a project born in the frame of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue for Shipbuilding with the aim of supporting industry and workers in the adaptation to the industry 4.0 technologies.
|8||Green growth opportunities in the EU shipbuilding sector||
Trends towards green shipping and green shipbuilding provide new market opportunities for the European shipbuilding and marine equipment sectors.
|9||Maritime Alliance for fostering the European Blue Economy through a Marine Technology Skilling Strategy||
MATES’ objective is to develop a skills strategy that addresses the main drivers of change in the maritime industry, in particular shipbuilding and offshore renewable energy. Both sectors are strongly linked and require new capacities to succeed in an increasingly digital, green and knowledge driven economy.