News

Opportunities for businesses to provide smart energy solutions for island communities and off-grid locations

Businesses offering smart energy-efficient solutions such as offshore renewable energy, energy stora...

CLINSH sustainable fleet trial expanded to 41 ships

Six new ships are joining the CLINSH (CLean INland SHipping) sustainable pilot project. With 41 ship...

Events

Analysis for Innovators Round 5 Briefing Event, 31st July 2019, London

After four successful rounds, which between them have supported over 400 companies, Analysis for Inn...

London International Shipping Week, 9th-13th September 2019, London

Innovation and Skills will be at the heart of the 2019 International Shipping Week which takes place...

Current Projects - GLEAMS: Glycerine fuel engine feasibility

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GLEAMS Project glycerine-run marine engine to be on display at Seawork 2014...

The world’s first marine engine to be run using the exceptionally clean fuel of glycerine will be on display at Seawork 2014 together with a seminar session entitled ‘Will my ship/workboat run on this?’ where interested parties can find out more about the fuel’s possibilities for use in the marine sector.

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Glycerol fuel project (GLEAMS) ‘Interest Group’ attracts attention from around the world...

GLEAMS (Glycerine Fuel for Engines and Marine Sustainability) is a Technology Strategy Board project under the Marine Vessel Efficiency competition. The project is examining the technological, regulatory, supply chain and commercial issues relevant to introducing glycerol to the marine fuels market.

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GLEAMS project overview...

GLEAMS (Glycerine fuel for Engines and Marine Sustainability) is a Technology Strategy Board project under the Marine Vessel Efficiency competition.

The marine industry faces the double challenge of rising fuel costs and tightening emissions standards, including carbon emissions. The GLEAMS project is developing technology with which marine vessels can surpass the very highest regulatory standards required for Sulphur and Nitrous Oxide emissions, slash their carbon emissions, and reduce costs simultaneously.

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