by Randall Krantz, Senior Project Advisor, Global Maritime Forum, Kasper Søgaard, Head of Research, Global Maritime Forum, and Dr Tristan Smith, Reader in Energy and Shipping, University College London
To make the decarbonization of the maritime shipping sector successful, the coming three decades will need to see a fundamental shift towards zero carbon energy sources.
This implies a need for significant investments into new fuel production, supply chains, and a new or retrofitted fleet.
The aim of this insight brief is to gauge the capital investment needed to achieve decarbonization outcomes in line with the IMO Initial Strategy.
This Insight Brief is based on new analytical work conducted by University Maritime Advisory Services (UMAS) and Energy Transitions Commission (ETC).Download PDF