EU Projects

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Minimize emissions by introducing a generic low-emission, dual-fuel engine technology package

The aim of the pilot project Baltic SO2lution is to minimize emissions by introducing an innovative and environmentally effective transport model and a generic low-emission, dual-fuel engine technology package that would be suitable both for new-built and retrofitted vessels.


Environmental upgrade of year-round supply in the northern Baltic Sea

The aim of the Bothnia Bulk EU project is to increase efficiency, to reduce overall logistics costs and to make raw material logistics more sustainable and environmentally friendly in order to create a more energy-efficient, low-emission and regular year-round supply chain of dry bulk cargo in the Baltic Sea.

Identifying, minimising and eliminating thresholds

The aim of the Make a Difference (MaD) EU project is to identify, minimise, and if possible eliminate, some of the thresholds that apply in relation to building and operating a dual fuel vessel.

Establishing an LNG bunkering infrastructure

The aim of the EU project Pilot LNG is to establish an LNG bunkering infrastructure. This structure includes all components required to ship LNG from the gas supplier to the LNG terminal, from the terminal to the bunker vessel, and from the bunker vessel to the LNG fuelled vessels.

Demonstrating a viable fuel alternative

The aim of the Pilot Methanol EU project is to demonstrate a cost effective, clean and easy-to-handle fuel alternative with an easy infrastructure implementation.

Evaluating a new-generation lightweight scrubber technology

The aim of the Pilot Scrubber EU project is to evaluate a new-generation lightweight scrubber technology by installing and operating a full scale scrubber on a vessel operating in the Baltic Sea. Focus lies on salinity and winter conditions with ice as well as on waste handling.