Journey to zero emissions
Since 2010, Yara Marine Technologies has been at the forefront of maritime emissions reduction, working closely with ship-owners, yards, and naval architects as partners in an effort to drive the change towards sustainable shipping. Today, Yara Marine Technologies offers a comprehensive portfolio of green technologies, with applicability to all vessels.
Tailor-made SOx Scrubber systems for achieving compliance with IMO regulations.
Flexibility in design and operation enables Yara to cover all the major marine segments from cargo to passenger vessels. Quality, reliability, and cost efficiency are at the core of every delivered system.
Fleet Analytics gives you access to data and tools so that you take the best decisions that would improve your operations.
Route Pilot AI takes the available data, forecasts the future and recommends the best parameters for an efficient trip.
FuelOpt is the heart of everything and ensures that the above will actually be implemented and will also give you the benefit of complying with the upcoming short term GHG measures (EEXI/CII).
The above is a unique combination that could lead to impressive results without the need to spend tons of hours in front of a computer (office) or the lever (vessel), while even more combinations/features are available.
Wind is free energy and one of the fuels of the future.
The WindWings system combines dynamic multi-element wings and advanced route optimization to harness the power of the wind. This results in significantly improved fuel efficiency: simulations demonstrate up to 30% fuel savings on average global routes with no speed reduction.
Efficiency, robustness, reliability, and safety were the guiding principles throughout every part of the design process.
Yara Marine Technologies delivers a complete business case with payback time and ROI based on your chosen fuel cost and carbon tax.
Yara Marine Technologies’ shore power system allows you to shut down vessel’s propulsion and auxiliary engines while energy demands are fulfilled by ship-to-shore connections.
- Reduces emissions
- Reduces maintenance costs for auxiliary engines
- Compliance with local/regional/global regulations
- Reduced port tariffs
- Priority pass in ports
- Reduced operational expenses