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Offshore Wind Innovation Exchange : Call for Ideas

Innovate UK/Knowledge Transfer Network are calling innovators from all UK industries to help drive c...

Portsmouth Business School marketing student project opportunities for marine businesses

Portsmouth Business School are keen to engage with UK marine and maritime businesses to engage their...

Events

ABYA Two-Day Professional Brokerage Course, 23rd and 24th October 2017, Winchester

ABYA offers a highly specialised two-day intensive course as an introduction to professional yacht b...

NEXT GEN Workshops Address Burning Issues in a Changing World; 24th, 25th and 26th October 2017, Southampton

A series of one day NEXT GENERATION Workshops are being held 'back to back' at the Grand Harbour hot...

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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