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Deep Sea

Ocean transport is essential to international trade, connecting the world economy while maintaining global supply chains, and can play a critical role in achieving ambitious climate action.

We must look beyond the shipping sector as a whole and take an integrated approach to the transition, taking into account the energy supply chain and the critical role of ports in producing and providing green energies and services.

Scalable technology
onshore and on-board

Hydrogen power for the marine sector: onsite, onboard and on-demand.

Learn more about how hydrogen power can work for you.

Deep-Sea: Ask about leasing options with Maritime Partners

Maritime Partners offers flexible leasing options and construction financing for the vessel operator looking to adopt clean technology for a modern fleet.

Decarbonising deep-sea shipping

In June 2021, the International Maritime Organization adopted short-term measures to reduce the carbon intensity of all ships by 40% by 2030, compared to 2008 with tighter goals set for a 70% reduction by 2050. As 2030 comes closer, and with growing financial and commercial pressures to decarbonize faster, shipping is looking for alternative power sources.


Shipowners and operators can make changes to stay competitive and achieve the emissions targets set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and other external forces. Batteries have been considered viable for short sea shipping but have limitations in high tonnage and long-range operations. Hydrogen can provide the solution for deep-sea shipping, which requires a significant amount of energy for longer range.

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