Towards net zero emissions by 2050

Join us in this ambitious goal of reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from shipping globally. From this website we inform about the projects and initiatives of the Spanish contribution.


Monitoring of the National Action Framework that promotes the development of alternative fuels, as applied to maritime transport in Spain

European regulation

European measures of the Fit for 55 legislative package and how they affect maritime transport


Competitive situation of alternative fuel supply services and shore connection to ships in Spanish ports


Main national and international projects promoting the market and emission reduction technology


Statistical data on emissions, penetration, location of supply, demand and prices of alternative fuels


Simulators, calculators, AIS traces and other support tools.


“At the heart of the European Green Deal is our mission to become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050.”

"But we won't get there with the status quo - we have to go faster and do things better. The European Commission proposes increasing the 2030 emissions target with a reduction of at least 55%.

.... Our impact assessment clearly shows that our economy and industry can handle this. "

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission

"The IMO has adopted a detailed initial strategy to achieve decarbonization. Most important is the goal of reducing total annual GHG emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008, which means a reduction in intensity of carbon for the different ships."

"One thing is certain. New technologies, new fuels and innovation will be vital to meeting the ambitious goals of the IMO strategy."

Kitack Lim, IMO Secretary General

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