NORDIC TALK at Glasgow: Decarbonizing shipping in line with the Paris agreement: what will it take?
SEC Centre, Hall 4
This event is part of Nordic Talks
To decarbonize by 2050, the maritime sector must be well underway by 2030, with a share of 5% sustainable fuels and 200 deep sea vessels running on sustainable fuels. This event will discuss the main challenges incl. supply of green fuels at scale and enabling policy- and regulatory measures.
Moderator: Katharine Palmer, Climate Champion for Shipping
A collaborative Nordic project
- The HySeas Ferry development programme (Green hydrogen), Martin Smith, University of St. Andrews
Nordic ambitions for green shipping
- Brian Johnson, CEO, UK MCA & Rikke Wetter Olufsen Deputy Director Danish Maritime Authority
Panel debate: What will it take for shipping to decarbonize in line with the Paris Agreement: What is the role of regulation and how do we enable first movers?
Insights from Nordics, provided by:
- Wayne Jones, OBE Executive Board Member and Chief Sales Officer, MAN Energy Solutions,
- Morten Bo Christiansen, VP Head of Decarbonisation, Maersk
- Bernhard Stormhyr, VP for Corporate Sustainability, Yara
- Roel Hoenders, IMO
Summary - what will it take for the industry to decarbonize in line with the Paris agreement?
- Bo Cerup-Simonsen, CEO, MMM Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
- Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
- University of St. Andrews
- Global Maritime Forum
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