Adopting new clean tech remains challenging for shipowners

Houlder’s Strategy Consultant, Sean McLaughlin, speaks to Riviera Maritime media about the lack of collaboration and transparency on green technology performance, which he says has been a key barrier to its uptake in shipping.

“According to a recent survey of shipowners conducted by Houlder, there is a perceived lack of independent corroboration for the claims made by some technology vendors, and some shipowners point to disappointing adoptions,” said Sean. “While the equipment may perform as the manufacturer intended, it does not always deliver the savings claimed and sometimes comes with a significant increase in OPEX.”

Read Sean’s thoughts in full, here: https://www.rivieramm.com/news-content-hub/adopting-new-clean-tech-remains-challenging-for-shipowners-75051

Read Sean’s thoughts in full here

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“Charting a ‘solo’ course through this swirl of uncertainty is close to impossible. That’s why we’re often asked by clients to build their knowledge, evaluate their challenges and assess their options. We work closely with research funds and clean-tech providers by bringing decades of industry experience to bear. Our position is independent, technical ‘client friend’ for the decarbonising decades ahead.”

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Rupert Hare, Chief Executive Officer