Participation at the 5th Marine Money Forum at Limassol on 25 April 2023 by Prof. Elias Yfantis. As part of the panel, Prof. Elias Yfantis discussed the general decarbonisation challenges that the shipping sector currently faces and the possibility of mitigating these with the Green Marine activities.
Dr Elias Yfantis, Senior Scientist at CMMI, participated in the “4th SAFETY4SEA Limassol Forum: Key trends towards a sustainable shipping future” on 1 March 2023. He presented the Green Marine project and how it brings together different technologies that promote maritime decarbonisation.
Another great opportunity to disseminate the Green Marine project took place during the 12th Annual SNAME Western Europe Section (WES) symposium on 24/02/23 at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Dr George Mallouppas (CMMI, Cyprus) presented and discussed the importance of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage systems (CCUS) in the maritime industry including the application […]
The Green Marine project partners are delighted to announce the official start of the Green Marine project, officially launched in Larnaca, Cyprus, on the 15-16th of February, 2023. This European Commission/Innovate UK-funded project aims to develop retrofitting solutions onboard ships. Download 1st press release here: Green-Marine-press-Feb-2023