Port of Amsterdam rolls out new smart onshore power cabinets in unit overhaul

The Port of Amsterdam will replace all existing shoreside power units with smart green power cabinets by the end of 2021 as part of the port’s clean energy overhaul. The shore power cabinets can be operated using the Park-line app, indicating how much power is needed by customers. The boxes are sustainable, not only by […]

UK Government eyes onshore power, green bunkering in ‘technology neutral’ sustainability drive

The ports of the United Kingdom could soon receiving investment funding on zero-emission bunkering and onshore power in the UK Government’s newly-launched funding competition. The UK Government announced a £20 million ($27.75 million) Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CMDC) in March 2021 to develop zero-emission vessels and clean port infrastructure. The fund, launched by the Department […]

Onshore Power for Seagoing Ships at Antwerp

The Antwerp Port Authority will sign two agreements on March 23rd 2018 at the World Ports Sustainability Program’s event as it looks to provide onshore power for seagoing ships at the port

Reducing the environmental impact of port operations through onshore power supply

The Port of Gothenburg was one of the first ports in the world to offer onshore power supply with high voltage to commercial vessels. This is a technology that reduces local air pollutants, greenhouse gas emissions and noise to a minimum when using environmentally labeled energy. In total, one in every three vessels that calls […]