Climeon at Greentech in shipping 2019
Carl Berglund and Zvonko Ikic are excited to attend the Greentech in shipping 2019 in Hamburg, Germany.
Is the Maritime industry ready for 2020?
A follow up article on green-tech and fuel options as solution for the obstacles the maritime sector is facing due to 2020 Sulphur regulations- forcing shipowners to look at fuel-saving alternatives
Climeon at GST North America
GST North America is a major maritime event November 12-14 2018. Our Maritime sales team, Zvonko Ikic and Carl Berglund will of course be there. In this video they talk about the presentations they wi
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Electricity as a Service in the Maritime industry
Turning waste heat into clean electricity means the Maritime industry can increase energy efficiency. And it can be done without large up-front investments.
Why Scanship and Climeon are co-exhibiting at this year’s SMM maritime trade fair
Why Scanship and Climeon are co-exhibiting at this year’s SMM maritime trade fair. The largest gathering in the maritime world – SMM, the international trade fair that takes place in Hamburg
A new model for efficient shipping: Electricity as a Service (EaaS)
With the growing concern about the state of our oceans, a great deal of attention is being directed at the maritime industry. Ship owners today face many different and new challenges.
Climeon's clean energy and the maritime industry
Produce clean electricity from waste heat with Climeon's heat power system. ___ SUBSCRIBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb_4... WEBSITE - https://climeon.com/cement-plants/ TWITTER - https://tw
Climeon takes another major order from large Scandinavian passenger ferry operator
Viking Line replaces a repeat order for a full-scale installation on their newest passenger ferry. With the Heat Power system we can save money and at the same time decrease our carbon footprint.
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Press release - Climeon receives award at “Green Shipping Rotterdam Summit”
Climeon was awarded as "the most exceptional contribution to green shipping of the year" at the "Green Shipping Rotterdam Summit". Roughly 300 people in the maritime industry attended and voted.
Climeon steps up - first volume order approved for delivery
Climeon passed the factory acceptance test of the first volume order, 6 Climeon Heat Power units out of totally 18, are being prepared before shipped to Fincantieris shipyard in Romania.
Climeon & Viking Line
Participating: - Kari Granberg, Manager NB Project & Technical Development at Viking Line - Pernilla Wihlborg, Head of Business Development at Climeon. Read more on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.
The Top 5 Global Container Shipping Companies and their 2020 Sulphur Cap initiatives
The global sulfur emissions limit needs to be reduced to 0.5 % in 2020. Ship owners need to adopt to solutions to lower the exhaust emissions and improve fuel efficiency. How will the industry comply?
Why Climeon was made a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer
In April Bloomberg New Energy made Climeon a New Energy Pioneer - a great honor. While in New York our CEO Thomas Öström and CRO/CMO Christopher Engman talked about the three key reasons why this happ
"I am a Cement Plant Manager and I only pay for the produced electricity”
Cement companies need to utilize energy from their current production process. This can be possible by using heat power operators, thus the cement plant only pays for the produced electricity.
5 topics we want to hear about at the Sulphur Cap 2020 conference
A short video we created before a conference on the 2020 sulphur cap regulations that will impact the whole Maritime industry - cruise ships and cargo ships alike
Why Climeon can be the Number 1 climate solver
Our CEO Thomas Öström talks about the future of energy and climate change. And why Climeon has the three things needed to impact this - a disruptive product, an unlimited market and the right team. Fi
How will the Maritime industry deal with the 2020 Sulphur Regulations?
The IMO has adopted stricter regulations on emissions. Ship owners need to adopt solutions to lower the exhaust emissions and improve efficiency. The article describes different options as solutions.