MTCC Africa on 3rd March 2022 hosted a Side-Event titled 'Reconditioning Our Future – Decarbonization of Africa’s Shipping Sector through Energy Efficiency' during the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) at the UNEP Complex in Nairobi, Kenya.
This event provided an opportunity to highlight the importance of a sustainable maritime sector reflecting the need to support a green transition of the maritime sector into a sustainable future.
Join us for this important event which will bring together all partners and stakeholders to discuss MTCCs’ impact and their future challenges and opportunities. We encourage you to mark your calendars and "SAVE THE DATE" to engage in this virtual event.
The NextGEN web portal, an online collaborative global ecosystem of maritime transport decarbonisation initiatives, brings stakeholders together to identify the gaps and opportunities for decarbonisation in the international shipping community. The portal has been developed to serve as a circle of collaboration and a single portal to bring different stakeholders involved in maritime decarbonisation projects.Continue reading
Emerging innovative solutions for low-carbon and green shipping were the focus of the International Conference-Exhibition on Maritime Technology for Climate Mitigation (Confex) held virtually and with some people attending in person (11-13 July), as part of the China Maritime Day Shanghai Forum.
The maritime industry and particularly ports are part of the solution towards decarbonizing the maritime sector and can contribute towards the UN goal of achieving clean and affordable energy, panelists told a side-event on ports, held during the United Nations-led Ministerial-level Thematic Forums (21-25 June) on energy action.Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the nine-month extension of the GMN project. This additional time will allow MTCCs to work towards financial sustainability as well as to continue their efforts in building regional capacity for the implementation of IMO emissions regulations (MARPOL Annex VI) and the decarbonization of maritime operations. The project is now scheduled to conclude on 31st March 2022.Continue reading
Welcome to MTCC Caribbean’s conference and exhibition focussing on climate action in the maritime sector and energy efficiency. This online conference spans three days covering updates on the work of Global MTCC Network (GMN), contemporary issues affecting climate action in the maritime sector and delves into the technological considerations for decarbonizing the maritime sector. A virtual exhibition hall showcasing technology, alternative fuel suppliers as well as knowledge providers will be available for the duration of the conference.
As part of MTCC Asia’s continuing efforts on promoting the reduction of GHG emissions in the maritime sector, representatives of stakeholders from the region had a lively discussion around the energy efficient technologies and operational measures at its Regional Conference held on 13-15 January 2021. The Conference, attended by over 60 participants from maritime authorities, industry academia and technology providers in Asia, addressed the outcomes of IMO’s MEPC 75, key points of the fourth GHG Study Report, and latest practices on ship energy efficiency solutions.Continue reading >
MTCC Asia in collaboration with Shanghai maritime University and Shanghai Municipal Government successfully concluded Global Green Maritime Forum that was held virtually on 18 November. The Forum focused on t the latest developments in national policies and crucial measures to support decarbonization of the maritime sector.