Maritime decarbonisation

The transition to a net zero economy is a challenge being faced by everyone. Technology has a key role to play in decarbonization and we believe there are huge opportunities for ports in adapting to meet this challenge.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the innovation within the maritime sector. At Royal HaskoningDHV, we are using new technology and data analytics to help clients optimise existing assets and drive down the carbon footprint associated with existing and future operations.

From assessing baseline performance and identifying opportunities to delivering improvements, clients can rely on our expertise to support them on their journey towards Net Zero. Our extensive experience of alternative fuels and opportunities around renewable and shore power technology means we can help to build a suite of tools that deliver demonstrable improvement.

Additionally, our financial and economic experts are on hand to support in building robust business cases to support investment in decarbonisation. We are aware of the challenges presented by operating in a competitive sector and the need to link improvements to distinct business planning cycles. Strategic economics also have a key role to play in unlocking potential support funding for our clients and this is a fundamental element of our Green Ports services.

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The maritime sector has seen its way through centuries of global change, but even for this legacy industry, there have been few moments quite like the one we are in now, where the industry faces significant challenges on at least two fronts – COVID-19 and climate change.

Claartje Hoyng - Associate Director Maritime Netherlands


Associate Director Maritime Netherlands