PIANC publishes paper abstract on Environmental and societal benefits of Onshore Power Supply for Inland Navigation in Flanders (Belgium) for its 34th World Congress in Panama, held on 7-11 May 2018

26/06/2018 The use of the auxiliary engines by ships when at berth causes greenhouse gas emissions, air quality emissions and noise pollution in the port areas, which are often located in or near cities. Onshore Power Supply (OPS) is an option to provide electricity to the ships from the national…

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The supply of electric power to ships in ports is viable!

The OPS Master Plan Project is grateful for the reception in the digital press of the dissemination of its “stake-holders meeting” or information day for the launch of the Project on May 31. This dissemination effort will contribute to the success of a societal ecological transition. Learn about the Project by…

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