1st Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum
2nd LEC Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum
Bringing you tomorrow’s green innovation, today!
Due to the coronavirus pandemic postponed to February 1 to 2, 2021.
The forum takes place in the historic Speicherstadt in Hamburg in parallel to SMM
Be part of the green revolution in shipping, network for an emission-free future! The Large Engines Competence Center LEC together with the Hamburg Port Authority and Flotte Hamburg invite you to the 2nd LEC Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum which will takes place in the historic Speicherstadt in Hamburg in parallel to the international maritime trade fair SMM. This second forum, which is organized in cooperation Fraunhofer CML and international shipping research projects such as HyMethShip or AIRCOAT, aims to foster the exchange of ideas, to harness synergies, to promote co-operations and to network relevant actors in the shipping sector for an emission-free future. Participate in two days of stimulating discussions with internationally recognized experts in green shipping.
TOPICS – INVITED LECTURES
- Green ports & infrastructure
- Ship efficiency & technologies
- Advanced propulsion & fuels
- Ship emissions monitoring and compliance
Exchange ideas, harness synergies, promote cooperations!
You’re welcome to participate!
Details and further informations are updatet continously.
Dr. Igor Sauperl
Business Development, LEC GmbH
That was the first
LEC Sustainable Shipping Technologies for a Sustainable Tomorrow
From 26 to 27 September 2019 the very first “Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum” took place in Graz.
The forum provided an overview of the current possibilities and developments in the field of emission-free ocean shipping and points out potentials for future innovations and cooperations. 10 highly innovative international shipping research projects such as HyMethShip or AIRCOAT were presented and discussed.
The aim of the first Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum, which took place in parallel and in close cooperation with the 17th Symposium “The working process of the combustion engine”, was to network the relevant actors for an emission-free future. With their agenda, both events aimed to underline the necessity and importance of sustainable solutions in the areas of mobility, transport and energy generation.
Excellent networking opportunities with an estimated 300 experts, opinion leaders and political decision-makers from all over the world was an additional asset of the two-day conference.
Programme and presentations
The programme and the presentations of the first Sustainable Shipping Technologies Forum are available here. Please fill out the form to gain access.
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