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MARIN assists in the transition to zero- emission inland shipping


MARIN is investigating the transition towards zero-emission inland shipping in cooperation with the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water. Anke Cotteleer, Erik Rotteveel & Wytze de Boer, w.d.boer@marin.nl


Simulation of a 110 meter ship powered by 4 batteries of 1.5 MWh each M 24 report


ARIN and the Ministry have agreed on an approach focusing on three main


elements: a preliminary investigation to be conducted this year, followed by the development of inland ship concept designs - including new energy and propulsion configurations - in 2019, and finally, an analysis of the business cases for the most relevant alternatives.


The goals set by the Dutch Government for the energy transition are a 49% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in 2030, and completely climate neutral, emission free transport in 20501


. In the transition period


leading up to these goals, the transport sector is focused on the application of


Two views on the pressure distribution near the propeller duct. Both without propulsion effect (above centre line) and with propulsion effect (below centre line).


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