We keep you updated on the latest developments and news from Daphne Technology. Follow our journey to reduce emissions from all fuels, minimising both air- and sea pollution from the maritime industry.
We are fundraising
Daphne Technology is currently pursuing its second equity round and is raising CHF 15 million to conduct pilot testing with leading shipowners and support our commercial ramp-up. Our state-of-the-art patented technology enables the maritime industry to reach net-zero GHG emissions by 2050 or earlier. We reduce emissions from all fuels, providing compliance with toxic gases and mitigating GHG emissions without generating sea pollution from the offshore and maritime industry - reducing your global footprint today and in the future.
Advanced technologies solve decarbonisation in the maritime industry
90% of the world's trade is made by sea transit and is responsible for more than 3% of global pollution. Dr. Mario Michan, CEO of Daphne Technology, explains how advanced technologies could solve the decarbonisation in the maritime industry.
Emission gases transformed into a valuable fertiliser
In December 2020, our CEO, Dr. Mario Michan was interviewed by 24heures, the most popular magazine in the region of Swiss Romandie. Dr. Michan explains how our unique innovation removes toxic pollutants and GHG emissions from the exhaust gas. Our core technology, a universal green converter, reduces emissions from all fuels, minimising both air- and sea pollution from the maritime industry.
A special thank you to CleantechAlps' for the nomination. We have been selected amongst a large number of innovations and entrepreneurship of climate-friendly projects and their introduction to the market. After a pitch in front of a prestigious jury, our efforts paid off as we were one of the 4 finalists.
With the new environmental regulations for the shipping industry, MARPOL Annex VI revisions, and IMO’s climate change strategy, shipowners cannot rely on outdated legacy solutions, such as wet water scrubbers. Our CEO Dr. Mario Michan talks with MarineLog on the importance of preparing not only for today, but also for all future fuels and emissions.
Future-proofing ship emissions with the future in mind
With emission regulations likely to intensify, ship operators have to consider clean technology solutions designed with the future, not the past, in mind. We spoke to Container News on how to solve environmental challenges.
Our CEO Dr. Mario Michan discusses the need to re-think incumbent technology and expectations around exhaust gas cleaning systems’ capacity to respond to MARPOL Annex VI revisions, as well as further impending emissions’ challenges.