NEWS

The latest news in project ‘NEPTUNES’
Call for partners

Call for partners

Quiter ships lower port dues To attenuate the noise exposure of seagoing ships at berth, the consortium of  Rotterdam Port Solutions and DGMR consultancy have drawn up a proposal for a project "Noise Differentiated Port Fees". The aim of the project...

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Onshore power Valencia

Onshore power Valencia

A planned cruise and ferry terminal at a Spanish port must allow docked ships to connect to shoreside power, have photovoltaic solar panels on all roofs and decks and operate using measures to cut emissions and use sustainable energy.The Port...

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NEPTUNES nominated for the Sustainability Awards!

NEPTUNES nominated for the Sustainability Awards!

It is a pleasure to inform you that the NEPTUNES project is nominated for the IAPH/WPSP Sustainability Awards under the "community outreach" theme! The shortlisted projects will now be subject to public vote that will run on the WPSP website from...

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Project NEPTUNES has officially started!

Project NEPTUNES has officially started!

The Project Board had a nice and productive meeting in Hamburg. The Project Board members and Resonance Group started with the first deliverable in order to get more insight in the scope, nature and cause of noise pollution and effective measure....

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Project NEPTUNES finilized the inventory

Project NEPTUNES finilized the inventory

Project NEPTUNES finilized the inventory on what the available knowledge and bottlenecks are around noise from seagoing vessels at berth at the various ports joining the project. Based on these outcomes and the expertice of multiple noise experts we...

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The Project Board meeting in Malmö

The Project Board meeting in Malmö

The Project Board met in Malmö this time. Petra from the Malmo Copenhagen Port has kindly welcomed us and organized a productive and fruitfull meeting. During the meeting we decided upon the outlines for the Best Practice Guide and a couple of Noise Consultants, who...

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