Innovation, experience & expertise - the keys to decarbonising shipping will take more than technology
For a long time Covid has made it difficult to meet, the Kormarine event October 19 – 22 in Busan provides an opportunity to catch up on industry news and opportunities.
The transformation taking place in the maritime industry continues to gain pace, bringing with it both challenges and opportunities. Among the most urgent of these challenges is to achieve regulatory compliance and decarbonise shipping.
Wärtsilä is ahead of the curve in meeting these challenges. While developing innovative new technologies that boost efficiency, we are uniquely positioned to go further. By backing our technological strengths with our unmatched experience, our in-house expertise, and our standing in the market, we can support our customers with sound advice on seizing the opportunities and making the best decisions going forward. We can establish a clear and commercially viable pathway towards maritime decarbonisation. This makes us more than technology.
Let’s discuss this further at our Stand 1E09 in Hall 1. We can also update you regarding our industry-leading research into future carbon-free fuels, such as ammonia, methanol and hydrogen. In all that we do at Wärtsilä, the central focus is on our desire to help our customers to comply with regulations and to achieve lower costs, greater efficiencies, and better profitability.
View the daily stand presentations for technologies and solutions for decarbonisation.
Day 1 - Meet EEXI by 2023
Day 2 - Reduce C02 by 50% - 2030
Day 3 - Net zero - 2050