Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

2017-EU-TM-0147-W

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LNGHIVE2 Vessels Demand: Green and smart links - LNG solutions for smart maritime links in Spanish Core ports
Programme: 
CEF Transport
Call year:
Location of the Action:
Implementation schedule: 
April 2018 to July 2021
Maximum EU contribution: 
€11,797,424
Total eligible costs: 
€58,987,122
Percentage of EU support: 
20%
Coordinator: 

Baleària Eurolíneas Marítimas S.A. (Spain)

Status:
Transport corridor:
Transport mode:
Last modified: 
November 2021

2017-EU-TM-0147-W

The Action aims to create the market base for the roll out of bunkering services by boasting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) fuel consumption and enabling the use of LNG on-shore and on-board for maritime transport and port operations. It takes place on the Atlantic and Mediterranean Core Network Corridors.

The Action is part of the Global Project LNGHIVE2, the Spanish flagship initiative for LNG maritime fuel deployment in Southern Europe. The Global Project falls within the framework of the LNG deployment strategy led by the Spanish administration and framed under the LNG section of the Spanish National Policy Framework on the deployment of alternative fuels in transport.

It includes the retrofit of 5 RO-PAX Balearia vessels to dual-fuel, the construction of a LNG supply station in the Port of Gijon and a Multiple-Truck-to-Ship (MTTS) system that will be operating in a Spanish core port.