Atarim: Blue Innovators
Atarim manages and develops the Tel-Aviv - Yafo Coastline (Israel), paying special attention to the coastal ecosystem with its research center Migdalor and by supporting the creation of innovative technology. Through its various ventures Atarim group is in line with several of the goals of our AIVP 2030 Agenda. They look forward to collaborating and exchanging ideas with the other members on best practices in coastal management and adaptation to climate change.
AIVP members support the “Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization”
The initiative launched by the by the Getting to Zero Coalition in partnership with the […]
AELER: the new member of AIVP reinvents the container to make it smart and sustainable
AELER’s mission is to accelerate the digital transformation of global freight logistics through structural and digital innovation, improving sustainability and efﬁciency along the supply chain while providing transparency. To that end, AELER has created the Unit One, a new generation of smart & green containers.
“Fit For 55”: AIVP calls on ports and cities to join forces for an efficient…
Find here the official position of AIVP, regarding the green package "Fit For 55" presented last week by the European Commission. Our association argues that it is essential to promote cooperation between ports and cities for a good implementation of the environmental measures affecting them: alternative fuels (Fuel EU maritime initiative), energy efficiency of buildings or onshore power supply.
Port of Leixões (Portugal) : zero emissions by 2035
The APDL - Administração dos Portos do Douro, Leixões e Viana do Castelo, SA - is also responsible for the Port of Leixões, Portugal's second largest port by cargo throughput, for the port of Viana do Castelo and the waterways of the Douro River. The port of Leixões is a key economic and logistical engine for the country's northern industrial region. The port territory is in both cases inserted in urban contexts, especially in municipality of Matosinhos and the metropolitan area of Porto. In this interview with President Nuno Araújo, we will learn about APDL's commitment to the energy transition and decarbonization of the port.
ENGIE : Decarbonizing Ports, The Promise of As-a-Service Models for Zero-Emissions Trucks
As heavy-duty trucks represent around 40% of a port's carbon impact, their energy transition is a crucial topic. A more sustainable port-city territory needs greener port trucks. For this reason we have asked Vincenzo Giordano, Director of "sustainability solutions" at ENGIE Impact, to share his opinion.
The circular economy applied in industrial port territories – a reality and a part of…
The global health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has illustrated the extent to which […]
Innovating in the energy transition in Marseilles: Interview with AGAM
In Marseilles, there is the aim to create the sustainable Mediterranean city of the future. […]
Smart, green, integrated ports – AIVP joins the European Green Deal
AIVP is proud to announce that “MAGPIE” project (sMArt Green Ports as Integrated Efficient multimodal […]
Port cities: catalysts for the global energy transition
The energy transition in port cites doesn’t depend only on the ships, how we build […]
Maritime and port innovation up and running
Goal 2 of the AIVP Agenda 2030 focuses on the Energy Transition and Circular Economy, […]
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