The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) on Wednesday (8 September) said it will hold a webinar entitled: The Power of Hydrogen as Marine Fuel.
“Developing a hydrogen economy has been seen by policy-makers and regulators, as well as leaders in the energy and transport sectors, as the potential long-term solution to provide a sustainable and clean energy future,” it stated.
“In this webinar we will explore Hydrogen’s potential to reduce shipping’s emissions while also evaluating the safety, regulatory and design implications.”
Joining as speakers are Sotirios Mamalis, ABS Global Sustainability Manager, and Meg Dowling, ABS Technology Engineer, as they dive into the power of hydrogen as marine fuel and discuss some of the industry’s current projects as well as taking a look at what’s needed in order to make this fuel option a reality for shipping.
A brief bio of the ABS webinar speakers are as follows:
Manager, Global Sustainability ABS
Sotirios serves as ABS Global Sustainability Manager, supporting the development of products and solutions that help clients create decarbonization and sustainability strategies.
Engineer, Technology ABS
Meg is currently working as an engineer within the technology department, where she focuses on leading research into alternative fuel options available to assist the industry in achieving their decarbonisation goals.
Note: Interested participants in the free webinar can sign up here.
Photo credit: ABS
Published: 6 September, 2021
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