Around the world, ports are under increasing pressure to become more sustainable. International targets for maritime decarbonisation, regulations, and social pressure are driving port authorities and operators to make their facilities greener. And with an increasing number of companies, stakeholders, and investment funds looking for proof of sustainable practices, the time to embed smart and green solutions at your port’s core is now.
At Royal HaskoningDHV, we understand the challenges of operating efficiently, delivering growth, and improving sustainability in a sensitive marine environment.
We have experience of working on projects across the globe with individual ports and port groups, terminal operators, port authorities, trade bodies, port tenants, and contractors. We also work with international financial institutions including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
This experience means that we can apply industry best practice and identify solutions that deliver. Every project is unique, so our specialists use a combination of local knowledge and global expertise to help you identify solutions that best meet your sustainability challenges and goals.
With experts in maritime design and engineering, port master planning, shore power, climate resilience, environmental impacts, alternative energy and fuels, and maritime economics, we can offer a tailored blend of maritime-specific technical, environmental, and financial advice.
And with each of these specialisms integrated as part of our Green Ports team, you can be sure that the solutions we deliver are challenged from all angles, robust, and future-ready.
Enhance your port’s sustainability with our world-leading experts
With tightening regulations, long asset horizons, and increasing scrutiny from clients and stakeholders, you need the investments you make today to have a positive impact in the future. And sustainability is not just about the environment; your maritime facility needs strategies for social, economic and governance impacts, too.