Tim van Vrijaldenhoven

Internship: Inner City B2B zero-emission logistics over water

THRUST is giving the energy transition on water a push forward The climate is warming faster today than any point in the past 2,000 years. If no action is taken, the global climate impact share of shipping is set to increase exponentially in the coming decades. THRUST (Towards Hydrogen-based Renewables Used for Ship Transportation) is …

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e-Fuels are crucial to sustainable heavy transport

e-Ammonia is a solution for deep sea shipping Synthetic fuels produced from electricity, or e-fuels, will play an important role in reducing CO2 emissions from long-distance truck transport, aviation and shipping. For deep sea shipping, synthetic ammonia is also an important option. Even though green hydrogen is needed to produce e-fuels, its applicability as a …

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First hydrogen fueled water taxi being developed by Enviu and partners

In 2021, passengers can board a Rotterdam water taxi running on hydrogen. It will be the world’s first time on this scale that a commercial boat comes into operation running entirely on this zero-emission fuel. The hydrogen-water taxi is being developed by the SWIM consortium, initiated by Enviu as part of Enviu’s zero-emission shipping program …

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THRUST Impact Model

Conventional fuels and fossil-fuel free alternatives are not yet competitive on a cost basis. Taking into account however the wider societal impact as well as future regulations and technological developments, they will become competitive on certain routes sooner than you may think. The THRUST Impact Model allows for a comparison between renewable, alternative and fossil …

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Developing Green Energy in Maritime Applications with University of Oxford

THRUST and University of Oxford kick-off collaboration to find optimal green fuel and catalyst combinations for maritime applications. Many global, regional and national initiatives have the ambition to develop critical infrastructure that will help decarbonise the global economy by 2050.[1],[2] Renewable energy will inevitably play a paramount role in the new economy and hydrogen (H2) …

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