We are committed to sustainable mobility by making vehicles clean and economical. We advise governments on environmental measures with the help of research and data.
Our vision on the transition towards sustainable shipping
Through research, we are working to make maritime, inland shipping, and ports more sustainable. This is how we contribute to the maritime energy transition.
Our latest developments
Real-world methane emissions from LNG-fueled ships are higher than current regulations assume
Boost for TNO facilities for sustainable mobility, bio-based construction and AI
Five steps towards sustainable shipping by 2050
Safe and sustainable urban mobility
The transition to sustainable shipping
Frank WillemsFunctie:Principal Scientist at TNO and Professor at TU Eindhoven on Self-learning Powertrains (Control Systems Technology)
To accelerate the transition to climate neutral mobility, the development of self-learning control systems for sustainable powertrains is crucial to guarantee minimal energy consumption and operational costs over life time and to minimize development time and costs.
Jurrit BergsmaFunctie:Scientist integrator sustainable shipping
“The shipping industry is like a big vessel: it takes time to change course, but when we are on route, we’re unstoppable”. Jurrit Bergsma and his colleagues are looking for solutions to the challenges of making the shipping industry more sustainable. He does this as a business developer and a PhD candidate, both for the shipping industry itself and the world in which we live.
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