Foundations Of Sustainability: Lean-Crewed Ships And Green Technology


Ocean Infinity is spearheading the decarbonization of its Armada fleet, aiming for net-zero emissions by 2040. In an interview with Max Hartvigsen and Oliver Hibbert, the company’s Marine and Engineering Directors, we explore their comprehensive strategy for revolutionizing greenship operations.

Building a Foundation: Green Technology and Lean-Crewed Ships

Ocean Infinity focuses on operational efficiency and innovative technology to reduce carbon emissions. They’ve introduced lean-crewed ships with facilities dedicated to future green technologies, enabling adaptability and showcasing eco-friendly solutions.

Green Fuel Exploration: Methanol, Ammonia, and Beyond

The company pioneers green fuel adoption, exploring alternatives like methanol and ammonia. Partnerships with key players like Cummins and Amogy drive efforts to convert engines and assess new fuel cell power packs, aiming for substantial emission reductions.

Operational Efficiency and Reduced Crew: A Win for Sustainability

Centralized onshore operations centres have reduced travel emissions and onboard energy requirements. Decreasing onboard personnel and establishing globally located centres further enhance operational efficiency and sustainability, although specific carbon reduction figures are still in development.

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Source: SEA NEWS