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2019 | 10 | nr 2 | 21--30
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The Expected Green Revolution Becomes the New Main Engine of Modern Shipping

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The purpose - the main concept of the work is to present some strong and definite influence of the world's continuously growing demand for better prevention and clear marine environment which is exerted on contemporary shipping through respective legislation. The new already implemented pro-environmental marine law forces sea transport to start making fundamental changes in the shipping business operations. Furthermore it is confirmed that innovative fuel technologies as well as their revoluniatory alternatives including future electric energy as the main ship's drive described here as the green revolution become one of the most important and efficient tools leading towards modern shipping. It also marks some other revolutionary trends and ideas being developed in shipping like no-man ship operation and digitalization of majority of data. The innovation technologies will have some serious impact on sea transport cost level as well as on acceleration of scrapping of old age tonnage which will be substituted by new buildings. In the next few years demand for modern ships having various innovative technologies onboard will be continuously growing. Furthermore the new pro-ecological solutions will become some very efficient carriers' marketing tool towards environment-oriented markets and their consumers. Showing different aspects of the sulphur new regulations coming in force since 01.01.2020 recognized as a mile stone of the new marine era and what is more expected the work is to prove a direct link between the related new innovative green technologies and their impact on shipping towards its faster modernization.
Methodology: Publication research, empirical study and prospective study.
Findings: The common growing demand and respective legislation to prevent broader marine environment exert strong pressure on shipping to apply new innovative technologies. (original abstract)
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