Project page for partners

Hi and welcome!

This is a page for you who are a project partner in SETS 2. Here you can get information, agendas, read unpublished reports and other goodies… Remember NOT to spread these reports further.

The first thing you should do is change your password to something you like. To do this, press "Lost my password”On the login page. Fill in your registered e-mail address and you will receive a link with instructions sent to you. 

Leverandørworkshop – præsentationer – 17 jan 2021

Below you will find the different presentations. Download by clicking on the link.

Grønne havne – An Apple a day keeps the doctor away, eller hvad? – 28 jan 2021

Nyd din frokost foran skærmen til dette 30-minutters webinar, hvor Peter Enevoldsen sætter fokus på forholdet mellem det politiske pres, omkostninger og så de reelle forretningsmuligheder ved en grøn omstilling af havnene.

Torsdag 28 januari 2021

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Presentationer från Digital konferens – 22 okt 2020

Below you will find the different presentations. Download by clicking on the link.

Below you will find a number of articles that have not yet been published:

NOTE! Remember NOT to spread these articles further but to respect our fine students who wish to share their as yet unpublished results. 

Towards Ferry Electrification in the Maritime Sector

Författare: Sadia Anwar, Muhammad Yousuf Irfan Zia, Muhammad Rashid, Gerardo Zarazua de Rubens, Peter Enevoldsen

Byfergen i Moss - Smartere transport

Formålet med denne rapporten er å presentere markedspotensialet for en elektrisk byferge i Moss, Norge.

Författare: Vegard Ravn, Kenneth Vidskjold, Christopher Sternefalk, Christopher Tammarak

Hvordan skal norske havner tilpasse seg miljøkravene?

Authors: Synnøve Sunne Hasslan, Kristoffer Ellefsen

Dry ports: research outcomes, trends, and future implications

Authors: Alena Khaslavskaya · Violeta Roso

This is an article that summarizes how the development has been around dry ports in general. If you want specific cases, there are references in the article to specific cases