Here, you will find an overview of all the past and present issues and projects the team is working on.
Study on the role of the maritime industry in establishing a German hydrogen industry
The German Maritime Centre has commissioned a study to define the tasks for the maritime industry and public sector in establishing the hydrogen industry, from production to storage and transport to the consumer.
German Maritime Centre commissions a fuel analysis in shipping by ship segment
The study will provide an overview of the fuels and energy sources available for shipping (including the compatibility, availability, and emission potential by ship segment).
German Maritime Centre to develop Maritime Map and Digital EU Funding Compass
The German Maritime Centre has commissioned the development of a database including an interactive visualisation of a Maritime Map and a Maritime Funding Compass Europe.
Modernisation of coasters and inland waterway vessels
Study to develop proposals to incentivise a sustainable modernisation of coaster and inland waterway vessels.
Guidelines for fuelling ships with liquified gas commissioned
Promoting the development and utilisation of the offshore and onshore LNG bunkering infrastructure in German sea ports
Study on Financial Instruments in the Maritime Sector
The German Maritime Centre commissioned a study on financial instruments in the maritime sector in May 2020.
Regulatory and fiscal policy measures in Asia during the Coronavirus pandemic
We have been compiling reports on current developments in ports, ship building and shipping in Asia since April 2020
Environmental incentive scheme in the Kiel Canal and the pilotage areas
The German Maritime Centre develops proposal for environmental discounts for sustainable vessels in the Kiel Canal and pilotage areas
Offshore test centre marine technology
Market and potential analysis study commissioned
Adhesive technologies for shipbuilding
Study providing an overview of the development and application of adhesive bonding in shipbuilding completed
Expert report on water law
An efficient and available infrastructure is the backbone of the maritime economy. Water law plays a key role in all projects to expand maritime infrastructure. But uncertainties exist in its application, both for businesses and for the authorities.
Maritime Research Forum 2019 – Report
Science meets business was the motto of the second Maritime Research Forum in November 2019, which took place in cooperation with Helmut Schmidt University under the title: “Future Fuels, Energy and Propulsion Systems”