MoVe IT! - Modernisation of Vessels for Inland Waterway Frei

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MoVe IT! - Modernisation of Vessels for Inland Waterway Freight Transport

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Basic  project  data 

Project ID: PA1A062

Need  and  added  value  for  the  Danube  Region  Strategy

Provision of cost-efficient retrofit solutions dedicated to existing Danube vessels, contributing to a modernisation of the Danube fleet.

OBjeCTIVE(S)  oF  the  PROJECT

Development of cost effective concepts for retrofitting and technologies for the improvement of the economic efficiency and environmental friendliness of inland ships.

Conducted  project  activities

The project aimed at the modernisation of existing inland ships applying state-of-the-art knowledge and technology transfer from other transport modes. The project activities consisted of:

  • Determination of the framework conditions and the requirements for the retrofitting of existing inland ships, whereby retrofit options related to new operational requirements as well as adaptation to new markets were considered.
  • Development of cost-effective concepts of retrofitting for inland ships, which carry dangerous goods, in agreement with the regulations of the ADN.
  • Development of cost-effective solutions for improving the energy efficiency and reduction of exhaust gas emissions and noise by improving ships' hydrodynamics, propulsion and engine technology. Application of new technologies based on usage of alternative fuels (e.g. LNG), innovative systems for energy recovery and improved management of energy consumption.
  • Economic and ecological evaluation of the concepts developed.
  • Demonstration of the viability of selected concepts.
  • Dissemination of project results and stimulation of the implementation of the concepts developed.

transboundary  impact

The results of the project are applicable to all Danube countries.

Project  beneficiaries  /  target  groups

  • Shipping companies
  • Shipyards
     

status  and  timeframe

Start date: 01.11.2011
End date: 31.10.2014
The project is already concluded.
 

Financing

Total budget: 3,960,000 EUR
EU funds: 2,790,000 EUR were funded by FP7- Seventh Frameworkprogramme for Research and Technological Development "TRANSPORT" 2007 - 2013 (research area: SST.2011.5.2-3. Cost-effective modernization of the inland fleet for freight transport)
National funds: not disclosed
Private funds: not disclosed
 

Project  team

Project leader: Stichting Maritiem Research Instituut Nederland (MARIN) / The Netherlands
(website: www.marin.nl)
Address: Haagsteeg 2, P.O. Box 28; 6700 AA Wageningen / The Netherlands
Contact person: Meeuwis van Wirdum
Contact data: M.v.Wirdum@marin.nl; +31 317 49 35 59

Project partner(s):

  • MARIN / The Netherlands
  • DST / Germany
  • via donau / Austria
  • TU Delft / The Netherlands
  • Center of Maritime Technologies / Germany
  • SPB / The Netherlands
  • TNO / The Netherlands
  • Ecorys / The Netherlands
  • Autena Marine / The Netherlands
  • SMILE / Germany
  • University of Plymouth / United Kingdom
  • University Galati / Romania
  • Ship Studio Sarl / France
  • University Belgrade / Serbia
  • Compagnie Fluviale de Transport / France
  • Ship Design Group / Romania
  • VNF / France
  • Swerea Sicomp / Sweden
  • Thyssenkrupp Veerhaven / The Netherlands
  • Helogistics / Austria
  • Plimsoll / Hungary
  • University Budapest / Hungary
  • Masson Marine / France
     

Project  Environment

Project  Cross - Reference

Innovative Danube Vessel (PA1A010) and PROMINENT (PA1A112)

Relevant  legislation

  • European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (ADN)
  • emission regulations (EU, CCNR)
     

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meta  data

Data provided by: Juha Schweighofer (via donau, Austria) - 20.02.2012
Last update by: Juha Schweighofer (via donau, Austria) - 25.03.2013

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