The GreenPilot seminar was a live streamed event with high quality presentations through out the day. Click this link to view the webinar or access the presentations from each presenter through the links in the agenda below.
Guiding the way to sustainable shipping
The GreenPilot project partners and Lighthouse would like to thank all the presenters and participants at GreenPilot's end of project seminar for a fantastic day!
The GreenPilot Project has converted pilot boat 729 to methanol operation and successfully demonstrated biomethanol as a fuel for the smaller vessel segment. By paving the way both technically and from a regulatory perspective GreenPilot has opened up new opportunities in clean coastal shipping and further profiled Sweden as a cutting edge player in green propulsion.
On the 3rd of May when we held a seminar summarizing the outcome of GreenPilot and showcasing methanol in a wider perspective as a marine fuel. The day shared insights from the angles of production, safety and performance, market and long term prospects as well as the ship owner perspective.
Registration & Coffee
Welcome by Eva Errestad, Swedish Maritime Technology Forum and Åsa Burman, Lighthouse (moderator)
Prospects of sustainable marine fuels
Prof. Karin Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology, dep. of
Mechanics and Maritime Sciences
Environmental challenges of the Swedish road ferries
Erik Froste, CEO, Swedish Transport Administration Road Ferries
Swedish Maritime Administrations view on sustainable maritime operations
Anders Nordin, Business Area Manager Transport & Fairway Services,
Swedish Maritime Administration
Methanol marine fuel developments around the world
Eelco Dekker, Chief Representative Europe, Methanol Institute
Stena Lines thoughts on sustainability and future marine fuels
Cecilia Andersson, Environmental Manager at Stena Line Group
Södra’s roadmap for fossil free transports 2030
Henrik Brodin, Strategic Business Development Manager, Södra
Conclusions and future initiatives, Bengt Ramne, MD, ScandiNAOS
Andreas Bach, Senior Project Manager, Swedish Maritime Technology Forum