09:30 - 18:00
The European inland shipping project CLINSH was launched on 1st September 2016. The project aims to demonstrate that emission reductions in inland waterway transport are within reach. The official conference will be held in Düsseldorf on 27th October.
CLINSH, a European project aiming to demonstrate that emission reductions in inland waterway transport are within reach, was launched on 1st September 2016 with support from the European LIFE fund. The official Kick-off Conference will be held in Düsseldorf on 27th October. This Conference is an interesting opportunity for project partners and other interested parties to learn more about CLINSH and to get involved.
For more information and registration: http://www.cleanfuelprojects.eu/
The partners in the European CLINSH network will be testing and implementing innovative techniques, alternative fuels and shore power to speed up the rate of emission reductions in inland waterway transport. Measurements will be collected in a database to provide tools to support new and existing policies on greening the waterways for local, regional and national governments as well as the EU. This data will also enable skippers to gain more insight into what would be the most cost-effective environmental measures for their vessel.
The Dutch province of Zuid-Holland is the lead partner for the CLINSH project. Other partners include inland ports, universities and trade associations. The CLINSH consortium consists of partners from Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.
For whom: Skippers, branch organisations, policy makers from regional, national and EU level, financial institutions, research institutions
We are looking forward meeting you all at the conference.