April 29, 2022 | Green Marine and Ocean Technology |
The GreenTech conference in Montreal will showcase the latest sustainability technology and innovation for the maritime industry. Green Marine’s annual trade show runs concurrently with the conference.
The 15th annual conference takes place at the Hotel Omni Mont-Royal this June 8th to 10th. Experts from Canada, the United States and Europe will present case studies and examples of best practices.
Green Marine environmental program’s performance indicators and other issues of interest to the industry will address:
Decarbonization – Port Electrification – Alternative Marine Fuels and Propulsion – Infrastructure Investments – Innovative Partnerships – Green Corridors and Digitalization – Marine Transport and Coastal Habitats – Pollution at Sea – The Circular Economy.
GreenTech offers extensive networking opportunities with delegates from diverse backgrounds and expertise: key maritime industry stakeholders, representatives from various environmental groups, academic and scientific experts, governmental officials, as well as technology/innovation suppliers.
The Exhibit Hall will be the place to be, to learn about products and services devised specifically to improve marine transportation’s sustainability and to do so directly from knowledgeable representatives within a relaxed setting.
The commercial exhibition features 17 booths and are fully booked for 2022. Exhibitors listed on Green Marine’s website are: Aderco-Megalab; ENERBURN INC; Great Lakes Seaway Review; B2B Industrial Inc; Scadalliance; Telops; GHGES; Dynamat; Urgence Marine Environment Inc; One Ocean; SLR Consulting; Beaver Labs Software Inc; Vapcor Inc; Envirolin; Maritime Innovation; Soft dB Inc; Radicle.
About Green Marine
The cornerstone of the Green Marine initiative is its far-reaching environmental program, which makes it possible for any marine company operating in Canada or the U.S. to reduce its environmental footprint by undertaking concrete and measurable actions.
Founded in 2007, Green Marine’s North American environmental certification program is the result of a voluntary effort by the shipping industry to go beyond regulations. To date, more than 165 ship owners, ports, terminals and shipyards throughout Canada and the United States participate in the program. The Green Marine certification process is rigorous and transparent: the results of individual participants are published annually and independently verified every two years.