We’re pulling together an excellent programme of panel discussions and presentations for the ship.energy summit and we can’t wait to share it with you!
Have you signed up to join us yet? Registration is free and grants access to both the conference itself, and an impressive roster of digital networking services.
Shipping can no longer be a silo industry in its energy consumption, relying on ample supplies of ‘bottom of the barrel’ oil-based fuel. As the sector moves towards its mid-century GHG emission reduction targets, it will have to compete for its energy sources and propulsion technologies with other industries. It will also have to recognise and accommodate the decarbonisation ambitions and strategies of its many different stakeholders.
Through panel discussion, and focus sessions on fuels and technologies, the ship.energy summit will set the scene with a review of national future energy policies as well as the corporate strategies of the key global energy players, and consider how maritime, national and corporate regulations on decarbonisation are developing – will these regulations align or are they heading for conflict?
Policy, Corporate, Regulation, Funding, Data, Infrastructure
Biofuels, LNG, Hydrogen, Ammonia, Methanol, Testing
Emissions abatement, Battery & hybrid, Wind, Solar
The ship.energy summit offers exhibition stands where companies can display their products and services, via video presentations, one-to-one meetings, and poster displays.
Exhibitors can gather visitor data after the event to develop their new leads and attendees can plan their visits and gather the information they require from each of the exhibitors.
Visitor data is automatically captured for future follow-ups, providing a fast and efficient way to reach a large number of potential clients.
All attendees will be able to book virtual meetings with each other, even with people they do not yet know, assisted by the ship.energy summit AI tool that will use your personalised profile to recommend who you should meet.
Everyone will be able to manage their own agendas and will have access to a resource centre, including virtual ‘shops’ where they may order books, equipment and other items. But best of all, everyone attending will be able to see who else is online and connect with them directly.
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