The energy transition is a reality – but it
will only succeed if it is economically viable, too.
Based on the resolutions made at the Paris climate
summit, the world agreed in principle on
the goal of CO2-neutrality from 2050 onwards.
In view of this, the transport sector is being
pulled more sharply into focus – and with it the
shipping industry. As a manufacturer of drive
technology being affected by this, the large
engines industry, together with the policymakers,
intends to set out on the path towards
climate neutrality and to engage in dialogue
about the right solutions with all stakeholders.
The aim of our ten propositions on “Energy
Transformation in the Maritime Sector” is to
make a lasting contribution to the success of
In April 2018, the International Maritime Organization of the United Nations (IMO) adopted it’s GHG reduction strategy. This strategy was subject of the workshop "Low-Carbon Shipping: Where do we sail to with IMO's initial GHG reduction strategy?" at the World Bank's Innovate4Climate conference in Frankfurt on May 25th, 2018.
This month we are updating our privacy statement to better understand what information we collect and why. We have also taken steps to improve our features to protect your information and privacy.
There is no change to your current settings or how your data is processed. We have merely improved the explanation of our procedures and explain to you in more detail what options you have to update, manage and delete your data.
We take the protection of your personal data and their confidential treatment very seriously.
General information about the scope of processing of your personal data and about your data protection rights can be found at www.vdma.org/datenschutz.
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