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Decarbonisation of ports and ships: market potential, policy choices and business opportunities

Shipping is a major source of CO2 and other emissions: in ports, at sea, and in heavily populated urban areas.

Yet despite technological developments in batteries, shore power and alternative fuels, market development is slow.

Stakeholders and authorities need to work out how to build more sustainable business models. Detailed market and business case analyses can help to identify where to introduce government support and incentives, and where to invest.

In a webinar on 30th April 2020, Kjetil Ingeberg (Head of Nordic region, AFRY Management Consulting) and Paola Lualdi (Principal, AFRY Management Consulting) shared their insights from recent analyses in the Nordics and South Europe, and presented AFRY’s view on the decarbonisation of the maritime sector.

The recording and slide pack are available below.

Kjetil Ingeberg AFRY Management Consulting
Kjetil Ingeberg, Head of Nordic region, AFRY Management Consulting

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Kjetil Ingeberg

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