Creating the energy supply and support infrastructure for shipping’s decarbonisation
The next ship.energy summit will focus on building the infrastructure that can facilitate and support shipping’s energy transition – both in time to hit the IMO’s timelines and on a comprehensive and global basis.
The first ship.energy summit in March offered some excellent insights on the fuel and technology options that are or may be available to shipping as it considers future energy pathways. It also looked at the key drivers for decarbonisation, such as national and corporate regulation, cross-industry partnerships, ESG policies and availability of finance.
The second in 2021’s series of ship.energy summits will move forward to take a very practical approach to the energy revolution. Who will supply the new marine fuels and how will the landside supply infrastructure be put in place? Who will foot the massive bill for the supply infrastructure for multiple new fuels? How are ports working to support the provision of new fuels? Will the bunker hubs of today be the supply hubs of tomorrow? Are the technical and safety regulations and guidelines governing fuel supply evolving at a sufficient pace?
The event will address these questions by looking at the approaches being taken by a number of key and/or emerging ports around the world, through a combination of case studies, presentations and highly focused discussion panels which will draw on the insights of leading industry experts.
Keep up with the story – and join the next ship.energy summit to hear how industry’s reaction to the IMO decarbonisation targets is already leading to positive action on delivering shipping’s energy transition.
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A major benefit of the ship.energy summit is that it is entirely free of charge to attend and open to everyone. You just have to register and complete your personalised profile so that you can connect with others and others can connect with you.
The biggest upside for sponsors and exhibitors is that visitor data is automatically captured for future follow-ups, providing a fast and efficient way to reach a large number of potential clients.
The ship.energy summit offers exhibition stands where companies can display their products and services, via video presentations, one-to-one meetings, and poster displays.
Exhibitors can gather visitor data for later follow up and attendees can plan their visits and gather the information they require from each of the exhibitors.
All attendees will be able to book virtual meetings with each other, even with people they do not yet know, assisted by the ship.energy summit artificial intelligence tool that will use your personalised profile to recommend who you should meet.
Everyone will be able to manage their own agendas and will have access to a resource centre, including virtual ‘shops’ where they may order books, equipment and other items. But best of all, everyone attending will be able to see who else is online and connect with them directly.