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Kick-off for accelerating sustainability

Our inno­va­ti­on clus­ter joins forces with the Ger­man Aero­space Cen­ter (DLR) for the “Emis­si­on-free Port” pro­ject. This pro­ject, which was kicked off with a joint tour of the Port of Ham­burg yes­ter­day, aims to res­ha­pe the land­scape of port sustainability.

Our goal is to assess the impact of cli­ma­te-fri­end­ly tech­no­lo­gies on the relia­bi­li­ty of ports and logi­stics chains and to deve­lop future ener­gy sup­p­ly con­cepts. To do so, the Port of Ham­burg is ser­ving as the prime exam­p­le for the rese­arch. As Germany’s lar­gest sea­port, the Port of Ham­burg is not only an inter­na­tio­nal logi­stics hub, but also an important indus­tri­al area

Now, the Ger­man Aero­space Cen­ter is crea­ting a model in order to inves­ti­ga­te how a com­pre­hen­si­ve, relia­ble sup­p­ly of rene­wa­ble ener­gy to port are­as can func­tion. The model pro­mi­ses to revo­lu­tio­ni­se the ener­gy sup­p­ly in the Port of Ham­burg, offe­ring a blue­print for the cli­ma­te-fri­end­ly trans­for­ma­ti­on of ports worldwide.

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