UK Support Low-Carbon Maritime Technology
from the government, financial services and technology sector to build relationships and broker new deals. This will help cement the UK’s position as a global hub for the provision of green finance and move the UK even further towards zero-emission shipping.Sarah Kenny, Vice Chair of Maritime UK said: MarRI-UK is the first collaborative body in the sector that brings together expertise from all parts of the sector. We back decarbonisation by 2050 and by working collaboratively with government, we will achieve this. Already across Britain we’re seeing promising progress: from hybrid
New UK Center for Maritime Innovation
Maritime Industries, and four universities (Newcastle, Southampton, Strathclyde and UCL) have been working to develop MarRI-UK since 2013. Led by Patrick Carnie of Babcock Marine and Technology and Professor Alex Duffy of the University of Strathclyde, the consortium have worked collaboratively with Maritime UK to attain support and secure funding from the UK Government through different streams.