Een coalitie van Europese producenten van hernieuwbare ethanol is een juridische procedure gestart tegen de FuelEU Maritime-verordening omdat ze menen dat het geen recht doet aan de bewezen klimaatvoordelen van gewasgebaseerde biobrandstoffen.
This study by Guidehouse explores synergies and discrepancies between three proposed EU policies (Renewable Energy Directive; ReFuelEU Aviation; and FuelEU Maritime), concerning renewable fuel deployment in the aviation and maritime shipping sectors.
This article provides an overview of emission reduction options in the short-term, transitional period and in the long run. It adopts a systematic thinking approach to consider how solutions could perform together.
Many fuels are currently considered for reducing the emissions in shipping; methanol, LNG, ammonia, nuclear, biodiesel, etc. However, bio-ethanol is not considered at all. This research looked into all aspects of ethanol in a comparison with methanol.
Prognos AG, Berlin/Basel, the Deutsche Biomasse Forschungszentrum DBFZ and UMSICHT were commissioned by the German mineral oil industry associations to draw up a study on the prospects of liquid energy sources in the energy transition.
Master student at Utrecht University Peter Grijpma—under the supervision of Eric van den Heuvel (PHB) and Martin Junginger (UU)—researched various sustainable biofuel options for the Dutch bunker sector. This is the final report.
This report (by Maritime Knowledge Center, TNO and TU Delft) aims to establish a coherent overview of methanol as an alternative fuel in shipping, including its strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
This report examines what is needed to decarbonise international shipping by 2035. Zero carbon emissions from shipping within this timeframe is one of the proposed levels of ambition in the context of the International Maritime Organization’s “Initial GHG Strategy”, due to be agr