Decarbonising the fisheries and aquaculture industry
Blikk med pil

Norway aims to cut its emissions of CO2 in half by 2030


Marine Gasoil accounts for over 20% of Norway's petroleum consumption

Solutions are within reach

ZeroKyst will set into motion a rapid technology shift for all vessel types in the fisheries and aquaculture industry


Develop and demonstrate a zero-emission powertrain


Develop a new zero-emission vessel

Flere fartøy

Retrofit 10 vessels to zero-emission propulsion

Forsyning av elektrisitet og hydrogen

Flexible supply of electricity and hydrogen

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Conventional diesel-fuelled fishing vessels

How should electric fishing boats be charged?

Fishing and aquaculture vessels consume significant amounts of fossil fuels each year, and there is great potential for emission reduction by switching to battery power. The ZeroKyst project is working to reduce emissions from the fisheries and aquaculture industry by developing charging infrastructure for fishing and aquaculture vessels

The solutions of the future

ZeroKyst will demonstrate scalable solutions for zero-emission propulsion, directed at both national and international markets. The project will also develop the knowledge necessary to enable the transition to zero-emission.

Karoline: Verdens første elektriske fiskebåt

Partners from the whole value chain

The ZeroKyst consortium includes powertrain developers, shipbuilders and shipyards, a municipality, an industry cluster, a research institute and a university.