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Energy Transition in Ports and Logistics

15th December, 09:00am - 11:30am CET

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Alternative fuels for marine transport play a crucial role in decarbonising the shipping sector and ultimately contribute towards climate change goals.

 

But there’s a set of challenges and opportunities associated to each of the environmentally-friendly fuel available now or in the near future: generation, storage, distribution of energy solutions at low environmental impact need to take into account the energy sustainability of the solutions.

 

Furthermore the need of infrastructures, the regulation aspects for decarbonisation and safety, the efficiency of the systems of the players are pieces of the picture that play a crucial role.

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Funded from EU’s H2020
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Session Agenda

09:00am – 09:10am | Welcome and Introduction by the Moderator

Patrizio di Francesco, Special Project Manager, RINA

 

Technical sessionAlternative fuels and technologies for energy transition – what does the future hold for maritime transport? 

 

Innovations from European funded Projects

09.10am - 09.20am | Reconciliation of economy, people and climate in the Port industry

Inge De Wolf, PIONEERS project coordinator - Port of Antwerp

09.20am - 09.30am | Holitistic Energy Upgrade for Ports: The Advanced Case of the Port of Igoumenitsa
Dimitrios Lyridis, Associate Professor, NTUA - National Technical University of Athens 

 

09.30am - 09.40am | Sustainable technologies for future long distance shipping towards complete decarbonisation
Stefano Barberis, ENGIMMONIA Project Coordinator, RINA Consulting

09.40am - 09.50am | Hydrogen as sustainable transportation option in the international shipping industry

Hege Økland, CEO of NCE Maritime CleanTech 

09.50am - 10.05am | Q&A

Industry Associations and Players perspectives

10.05am - 10.15am | Extended climate ambitions in Port Industry - Western Balkans Maritime Ports 
Kristijan Ležaić,  Desk officer for Waterborne Transport,  Transport Community Permanent Secretariat

10.15am -10.25am | Climate policies and regulations: impacts on the port sector

Bogdan Ołdakowski, Secretary General, Baltic Ports Organisation

 

10.25am - 10.35am | Environmentally-friendly fuels - sustainability roadmaps

Dario Bocchetti, Energy Saving Manager, Grimaldi Group

10.35am - 10.45am | Question & Answer

10.45am - 11.40am | Round table | Infrastructures for the energy transition | BC-LINK project

•    Carles Rua, Head of Innovation, Port of Barcelona
•    
Pino Musolino, President, Port System Authority of the Central Northern Tyrrhenian Sea
•    Dario Bocchetti
, Energy Saving Manager, Grimaldi Group

11.45am | Conclusions