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Having much new sustainable solutions in view combined with a tradition of innovation and ambitions, the North Sea Region seems to be an excellent living lab for developing and testing zero emission freight sailing solutions.
Building an (almost) emission free freight ship today seems to be possible. Wind is very easy to extract by sails and wings and is considered to be an important propulsion system for the future. In combination with solar energy, waves and possibly biogas a promising packet of sustainable solutions is available.
Assumptions are many in this perspective and they need a thorough validation.
Related to this economic return of sustainable investments in the present shipping market is an item that needs further research. Investment cycles now limit the capacity of innovation.
By this S@il 2.0. project a transition process will be facilitated including the development of competitive sustainable techniques, living lab pilots and building of public private alliances.
Market conditions, policy aspects, supporting of actions like clean shipping labeling and public awareness are main items to complete this process.
Estimating the right future investments in this perspective is a main challenge and outcome.
|Effektiv start/slut dato||01/03/2012 → 01/06/2015|
- 1 Afsluttet
Riisgaard, H. & Hermann, R. R.
01/12/2010 → 01/05/2013
Projekter: Projekt › Forskning
Partnerships for environmental technology development in the shipping industry: Two Danish case studiesHermann, R. R., Smink, C. K. & Kerndrup, S., 2016, I: International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development. 10, 3, s. 260-280 20 s.
Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift › Tidsskriftartikel › Forskning › peer review
Hermann, R. R., Smink, C. K., Hirsbak, S. & Hansen, K. K., 30 jun. 2015, 31 s.
Publikation: Working paper/Preprint › Working paper › ForskningÅben adgangFil650 Downloads (Pure)
Hermann, R. R., 2015, Aalborg Universitetsforlag. 233 s.
Publikation: Ph.d.-afhandlingÅben adgangFil1092 Downloads (Pure)