Video: SABIC, Microsoft collaborate to create Microsoft’s first product made with recycled ocean plastic
The exterior shell of the Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse contains 20% recycled ocean plastic.
The 16 MW, 264 m-tall turbine is capable of powering 20,000 homes over a 25-year service life.
Exchangeable battery containers provide propulsion without air pollutant emissions.
Siemens Gamesa has produced its first six fully recyclable offshore wind turbine blades at its factory in Aalborg, Denmark.
The dual turbine wheel wave energy converter is twice as efficient at harvesting power as similar technologies developed to date.
The way wind farms are constructed, look and perform is reinvented with floating multi-turbine technology developed by Norwegian company Wind Catching Systems.
Use of existing nuclear infrastructure to produce hydrogen and other zero-carbon fuels for the maritime industry is advocated.
Coating could save billions in bio-fouling costs.
3D printing capabilities to be incorporated into self-propelled robotic pipeline inspection and repair system.
Fiber optics technology merges with a fishing line reel system to form the smallest, most compact deep-sea system available that can provide a livestream video feed.
System automatically monitors mooring lines for defects, faults.
Coating is non toxic and patent pending.
Floating mobile offshore wind units promise to cut emissions from offshore oil and gas operations by as much as 70%.
The feasibility and merits of buoyancy energy storage in the deep ocean are considered.
Conventional marine engines and electric motors combine with batteries and onboard units to create customized hybrid drives.
The world’s first methatug — a tugboat powered by renewable methanol — is expected to be operational by early 2022.
Impellers and propellers have a similar sounding name and both move fluid, but serve fundamentally different purposes, even when used in the same applications.
While the Mayflower of yore transported 102 passengers and a crew of about 30, the autonomous version is unmanned.
The world’s most powerful electric outboard could soon become the world's fastest.
The automated, telescopic and inflatable wing sail system is expected to help operators reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions.