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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Selecting technological alternatives for regulatory compliance towards emissions reduction from shipping: an integrated fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making approach under vague environment, Khanh Quang Bui. (Maritime Energy Management, Vietnam.)

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LNG as a marine fuel in Malta: case study : regulatory analysis and potential scenarios for LNG bunkering infrastructure, Mark Philip Cassar. (Maritime Energy Management, Malta.)

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A decision support system for ship’s energy efficient operation: based on artificial neural network method, Yasser Bayoumy Abdelwahab Farag. (Maritime Energy Management, Egypt.)

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Circular economy modelling to accelerate the transition of ports into self-sustainable ports: a case study in Copenhagen-Malmö Port (CMP), Reza Karimpour. (Maritime Energy Management, Iran.)

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Analytical assessment of port energy efficiency and management .: a case study of the Kenya Ports Authority, Maryam Mohamed Kidere. (Maritime Energy Management, Kenya.)

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A case study: an economic evaluation of liqufied natural gas (LNG) fuel for new ships of Korean ship owners, Hyuntae Kim. (Maritime Energy Management, South Korea.)

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Optimising energy efficiency: split incentives in the context of the implementation of SEEMP, Edwin Nii Oduah Mensah. (Maritime Energy Management, Ghana.)

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Improving maritime surveillance in Kenya's remote coastal islands: application of renewable energy solutions, John Churchill Omondi. (Maritime Energy Management, Kenya.)

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A strategic development of alternative fuel initiation and its adaptation in a developing country: a feasibility study on methanol fuelled domestic passenger ships in Indonesia, Eko Maja Priyanto. (Maritime Energy Management, Indonesia.)

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Ensuring the effective implementation of the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) system in shipping: a step towards making energy-efficiency happen, Abu Hasan Rony. (Maritime Energy Management, Bangladesh.)

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A review of Egypt’s first NDC : using a purpose-made matrix while investigating the need for a maritime component, Mohamed S. Rowihil. (Maritime Energy Management, Egypt.)

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Investigation of auxiliary power potentials of solar photovoltaic applications on dry bulk carrier ships, Wandifa Saidyleigh. (Maritime Energy Management, Gambia.)