Apr. 14
16:00–17:00
Streaming, Nettbasert

Maritime transport with almost 1 billion tonnes of CO2 annual emission is responsible for about 2.5% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. You will receive a link for login on the 14. April at lunch time.

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According to 3rd IMO GHG study, Shipping emissions could increase between 50% and 250% by 2050, undermining the objectives of the Paris agreement. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set the ambition of reducing the shipping industry's GHG emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008. How can renewable energies and energy storage solutions contribute to this goal? In this online streaming, we present:

  1. Introduction to energy consumption in the marine industry
  2. Contribution of Battery energy storage and hydrogen solutions
  3. Contribution of solar and wind to marine and offshore industry

For more information please follow solaredition.com

Earlier streams in Norwegian:

  • Amir Hayati-Soloot

    Quantafuel ASA

    Amir Hayati-Soloot is Co-Founder in Solar Edition, a Norwegian NGO, whose goal is expansion of use of renewable energies globally specially Solar Energy. Solar Edition has been active since 2018 with focus area on Media & Analytics, Education & Coursing and Sustainable Business Development. Amir has mentored part-time students and trainees who collaborated with Solar Edition. He has furthermore been involved in business development and have been guest lecturer in Tekna in 2020. Amir has had various roles in his careeer, such as sales manager, technical advisor, Lead Electrical Engineer in Wind Energy, Oil&Gas, chemical industry, power grid and transport sectors. He has worked at NTNU, GE, USN, ABB, Hitachi and Quantafuel in his career. Amir has PhD in Electrical Engineering, Offshore wind energy from NTNU.

  • Shahab Moghadam

    Prosjektleder

    ABB Power Grids Norway AS Avd Oslo

    Shahab Moghadam is Co-Founder in Solar Edition. Shahab has focused on technological advancements in solar energy with focus on Floating Solar Plants, BiFacial Panels, Vehicle Integrated PV and etc. In addition Shahab is an experienced Engineering Manager / Project Manager in the field of automation and digitalization of Energy industry, both onshore & offshore internationally from sales, engineering and commissioning of energy production systems. His last position was Engineering Manager of one of the world's largest offshore wind-farm project, DolWin5, & now works as a project manager in Hitachi-ABB Power Grids in Electro-Automation projects. Shahab has a Master of Science in robotics & intelligent systems from University of Oslo.