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Two LNG chemical tankers christened

Eberhart Essberger and Heinrich Essberger now sailing the world’s oceans in an environmentally friendly manner.

National action plan for climate-friendly shipping

Conception phase begins in close cooperation with the maritime sector.

Study: Renewable marine fuels in German ports

A potential study provides insights and recommendations for the development of bunker infrastructures for low-carbon and renewable marine fuels in Germany.

NOW factsheets on EU legislation for renewable fuels

NOW GmbH is publishing three English-speaking factsheets on the following regulations: Fuel EUMaritime, ReFuelEU Aviation, and Renewable Energy Directive III (RED III).

Christening of the LNG chemical tanker ‘LISELOTTE ESSBERGER’ in Hamburg

The Hamburg-based John T. Essberger shipping company has put the first of a total of four new chemical tankers into service.

Federal funding for alternative shipping technologies saves emissions and environmental costs

Three federal government funding guidelines for climate-friendly maritime systems result in a measurable contribution to climate, environmental and health protection.

New Lake Constance LNG ferry christened the “Richmond”

Backed by funding from the BMDV, the ferry is now entering climate-friendly service on the Constance-Meersburg route.

Sustainable electricity-based fuels for aviation: Launch of new website provides information on PtL fuels and answers key questions on production and political support.

BMDV funds the development of a powerful large-scale maritime fuel cell system

The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV) is supporting the development of a powerful large-scale fuel cell system for maritime shipping with around 15.6 million euros in total. The innovative and climate-friendly technology will be tested in practice on board a cruise ship.