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Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition

The Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition is a UK-wide programme funded by the Department for Transport and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK. See World’s first green submarine among winners of the UK’s biggest clean maritime competition – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Currently the CMDC is funding 55 innovation projects around the UK looking at a range of technologies to decarbonise the maritime sector.

This event brings together the CMDC funded projects and partners based in Scotland to share their project plans with stakeholders interested in Clean Maritime – the event is aimed both at industry and across public sector organisations in Scotland.

The event updates you on a range of CMDC funded projects currently underway in Scotland, including across on-vessel and shoreside technologies. The event will help you to understand and connect with these clean marine opportunities which include:

  • Lifecycle Energy Solutions for Clean Scotland/UK Maritime Economy (Byongug Jeong: University of Strathclyde)
  • Automating lubricating oil analysis as a means to reduce engine GHG emissions (Jamie Grant: RAB Microfluidics)
  • Direct Ammonia Fuel Cells for Maritime Propulsion (John Irvine: Zem Fuel Systems)
  • NEPTUNE (Evangelos Boulougouris: University of Strathclyde)
  • HIMET (Leonore Van Velzen: European Marine Energy Centre)
  • Carnot Marine Vessel APUs – Feasibility Study (Evangelos Boulougouris: University of Strathclyde)
  • Transition to hydrogen powered ocean-going and short-sea shipping with enabling retrofit technologies (TransShip) (Weichao Shi: University of Strathclyde)
  • Feasibility Study for Shore Power in Aberdeen Harbour (Marlene Mitchell: Aberdeen Harbour Board)
  • Data-Led Emissions Management (D-LEMA) (Graham Howe: Concept Systems Ltd)
  • Hydrogen Offshore Transfer System (HOTS) (Ben Duncan: Jebb Smith Ltd)

The event also shares the latest on future funding opportunities in Clean Maritime.

March 4th, 2022|
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