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Sharing the benefit

Commercial marine businesses are all set to share the benefits and efficiencies being gained from the push for decarbonisation as the Commercial Marine Network announces details of Series 3 of Get Set for Workboat 2050.  

Held in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, and in association with The Workboat Association, the first session of Series 3 takes place on Friday 14 October 2022 and will look at practical applications of decarbonisation and provide examples of businesses and workboat operators who are employing technology; innovation; and design to reduce their carbon footprint.  

Learn direct from the expert panellists from the businesses leading the way forward on the route to net zero.  

Get Set for Workboat 2050  will deliver a further 5 free-to-attend online sessions, with speakers covering the following key topics: 

Session 1 - Vessel Design: Evidencing energy efficiency through vessel design – a look at practical applications. 

Session 2 - Vessel Circular Economy: Closed-loop Scrappage: Benefits of re-energising tonnage & upcycling the fleet. 

Session 3 - Incentivising Decarbonisation: Exploring different approaches to incentivisation. 

Session 4 - Green Skills: Learning green skills at sea with practical demonstrations. 

Session 5 - Port Infrastructure & Alternative Fuels: Onshore & Offshore fuelling systems – building the fuel mosaic for future bunkering and support infrastructure. 

Register here now for Session 1, taking place on Friday 14 October from 10:00 – 11:00 BST, supported by UKHMA - United Kingdom Harbour Masters Association and SMI – Society of Maritime Industries.


 
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