The ZVT steering committee includes Swedish Shipowners' Association, Association Ports of Sweden, Swedish sustainable Shipping AB and representing the Finnish Maritime Cluster; Finnish Shipowners' Association and Finnish Port Association.
Swedish Sustainable Shipping AB is responsible for the platform project management.
The dissemination of general information to the platform participants is carried out in the form of a ZVT info sheet. Seminars and workshops are arranged when JIP/JUP/JAPs are required by e.g. EU to disseminate project results.
Joint Industry Projects
Joint Authority Projects
The Joint Authority Projects (JAP) are also working towards the goal of a safer, more environmentally and energy efficient transport by sea. Each JAP consists of several different stakeholders from agencies and administrations that need to agree on proposed solutions and share knowledge.
Joint University Projects
The Joint University Projects (JUP) are also working towards the goal of a safer, more environmentally and energy efficient transport by sea. Each JUP consists of several different stakeholders from the academy that need to agree on proposed solutions and share knowledge.
Some of our industrial projects (JIP) have come together to seek co-funding from the European Union via the TEN-T programme Motorways of the Sea.
The issues that the projects (JIP/JAP/JUP) are unable to solve themselves are raised to the Zero Vision Tool reference group, ZVTREF, to ensure that common sustainable solutions can be identified.
The platform also includes ZVT POOL, stakeholders whose contributions are important in order to achieve the zero vision. ZVT POOL participants must contribute their support and/or be interdependent in achieving the goal of a more efficient waterborne transport.