SSA and Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation to share green project data

The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) has signed a partnership agreement with the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) to support and accelerate efforts towards shipping decarbonisation through greater cooperation on knowledge and data sharing.

The agreement will see the organisations work together to find ways of mutually supporting maritime decarbonisation initiatives, such as green corridors and pilot programmes, to help accelerate the adoption of low- or zero-carbon systems.

“Collaboration and alignment across the industry is key to decarbonising the sector. SSA is a trusted advisor and partner to more than 470 member companies across the ecosystem as well as related government agencies,” said Professor Lynn Loo, CEO of GCMD.

“This partnership is an opportunity for GCMD to understand industry concerns around the technical and standards challenges to better ideate pilots and trials, as well as share insights from other decarbonisation projects through SSA’s technical committees.”

“GCMD can also help to support the shaping of standards and guidelines through our involvement in the various standards development organisations.”

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