Round table moderated by Sandrine HARTMANN
Senior project manager
Electric Mobility Innovation Programme, Enedis

Thursday 10th September 2020 at 15.30 hrs

As part of the EVER Monaco exhibition at the Yacht Club, Quai Louis II 98000 Monaco


To address climate change, carbon neutrality by 2050 is the European Union’s official strategy to uphold the Paris Agreement. Marinas, fishing harbours and trading ports, very often at the heart of our towns and cities, are already contributing - and will continue to do so in the future - towards achieving this goal.

As part of EVER, this round table proposes to bring together industrial players (Enedis, Schneider, ABB), a start up (Laneva Boats), harbours (Grand Ports (Grand Port Maritime in Marseille, Porto Antico in Genova, Monaco, Nice and Toulon harbours…) and local authorities to share feedback and exemplary actions implemented in these emblematic port areas. Marine shore power is part of these efforts for the energy transition; it can be adapted to various types of vessel (container ships, cruise ships, yachts…), to the needs of ship owners, and allows for decreased pollutant emissions locally. The integration of renewable energies and smart energy management based on data analysis will also enrich these actions to enable ports and harbours to make their energy transition.

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