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日本九大造船巨头联合设立绿色船舶中心

作者:   发布时间:2020-12-11    浏览量:1326   字体大小:  A+   A- 

日本九大造船巨头联合设立绿色船舶中心
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来源:Offshore Energy 2020-12-10

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        日本几大造船业巨头将开展合作,整合专业知识,用以设计、建造符合日益严格的环保标准的先进船舶。
 
        该组织名为“绿色船舶规划和设计中心”(Planning and Design Center for Greener Ships)。目前有九家造船厂会员,旨在在当下的碳中和时代发展环保性能增强技术,实现零碳排放。
 
        组织成员将聚焦于新一代绿色船舶的商业化研发。
 
        在今天横滨召开的一场记者招待会上,几家企业联合宣布了组织成立的消息。
 
        该组织计划向本土海上贸易企业、航运公司、贸易公司和其他实体寻求帮助,以研发、测试新型船舶。
 
        为了实现国际海事组织(IMO)的中长期目标,该中心首先将全力准备一份关于新一代船舶减少温室气体(GHG)排放的详细提案。
 
        目前该组织的会员有:今治造船(Imabari Shipbuilding)、大岛造船(Oshima Shipbuilding)、尾道造船(Onomichi Dockyard)、Sanoyas造船(Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation)、JMU(Japan Marine United Corporation)、新来岛造船(Shin Kurushima Dockyard)、住友重工(Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering)、名村造船所(Namura Shipbuilding)和三菱造船(Mitsubishi Shipbuilding)。
 
        日本船级社(ClassNK)也加入了该组织。
 
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Japanese shipbuilders to combine expertise in building greener vessels
 
Leading Japanese shipbuilders are joining forces in an initiative aimed at integrating accumulated expertise to design and build state-of-the-art ships compliant with the ever more stringent environmental regulations.
 
The organization, named Planning and Design Center for Greener Ships, includes nine shipbuilders, and it will pursue the development of advanced environmental performance-enhancing technologies for the era of carbon neutrality, targeting near-zero carbon emissions.
 
Members will focus on research and development related to the commercialization of next-generation greener ships.
 
The establishment of the center was announced during a press conference held by today in Yokohama.
 
The center plans to seek support from domestic companies involved in marine business, shipping companies, trading houses and other entities to help develop and test these ships.
 
Initially, the center will strive to prepare a detailed proposal on next-generation ships that will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, in a quest to achieve the medium to long-range targets of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
 
The nine shipbuilding majors include Imabari Shipbuilding, Oshima Shipbuilding, Onomichi Dockyard; Sanoyas Shipbuilding Corporation, Japan Marine United Corporation, Shin Kurushima Dockyard, Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering, Namura Shipbuilding, and Mitsubishi Shipbuilding.
 
Japanese classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) has also joined the organization.

来源:simic