In sum, the electrification of maritime vessels is at the infant industry stage. Because of the current limitations of battery technology, all- electric vessels are limited to short journeys between recharge points. So for operators of long distance voyages, the medium-term future is hybrid where batteries work with fossil fuels. But to reach net zero emissions in thirty years’ time, electrification could well be the answer and this requires further advances in technology.
Here below is a list of some of the freelance journalism work covering a range of topics including energy, industrial, environmental and technology topics, I have completed for various clients worldwide during the month of September 2019. In addition, I list briefly some of the corporate communications, marketing, networking and public relations work I have done for client. To find out more what I can do for your business https://www.nicnewmanoxford.com/contact/
Limiting global warming is dependent on a rapid transition away from fossil fuels. This in turn requires technological advance in renewable energy and electricity storage, strong government commitment, stable and transparent regulatory frameworks, and a business environment attractive to investment. Subsequent to the 2015 Paris Agreement, countries have committed to […]
Here are some examples of my journalism, writing, research and copyediting, in a range of formats including ghost written think pieces, features, updates etc, that I have done for various clients worldwide, covering a range of topics including industry start-ups, maritime insurance, 3D printing and blockchain etc. Cavendish Group Marine […]
Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is attracting increasing worldwide interest not only from innovators and scientists but many industries, including energy. It was simultaneously invented in the early 1980s around the world by various technologists including in the US by Chuck Hull and by Jean-Claude André at France’s […]