On-shore power supply container from project partners PowerCon.

Cold ironing opportunities in the Nordics

The On Shore Power Supply in the Nordic Region project was launched in 2020 as one of five projects co-funded through the Nordic Innovation Mobility Mission: Sea Meets Land.

Since then, the project consortium, consisting of industry actors and ports from the Nordic region, has analyzed the cold ironing infrastructure in the Nordic countries. Cold ironing is the process of powering ships with land-based electricity while at port and is also commonly referred to as on-shore power supply (OPS).

On-shore power supply is one of many important measures ports can take to reduce emissions from the shipping industry, and makes the project well-aligned with the goal of the Sea Meets Land mobility mission to help decarbonising Nordic ports, transport of people and goods – on and between sea and land.

Now, the project is finished and the final report can be read online by clicking the button below:

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Portrait Nina Egeli

Nina Egeli

Senior Innovation Adviser
Internationalization, innovation and business development support, in combination with a strong background in strategy and policy development are main pillars in Nina’s professional life. Through project design and management, she aims to fit market needs with relevant services and opportunities that allows new business partnerships and business projects to prosper.

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