Hybrid-Methanol Tug Offers a Bridge to Zero-Carbon Towage
September 23, 2022
Working with ABB, the naval architecture firm Glosten has designed a hybrid-drive ship assist tug that would run on methanol.
Glosten and ABB Introduce Methanol-Hybrid Tug
September 22, 2022
Naval architecture firm Glosten and ABB have joined forces to develop a methanol-hybrid ship assist tug design that provides operators with a viable path to carbon-neutral operations while minimizing operating costs.
Making Moves Toward Methanol
August 10, 2022
Electrification is an excellent means for many operators to reduce the carbon footprint of their fleets—but it’s not the answer for every vessel. This month’s issue of Pacific Maritime Magazine features an article from Glosten president Morgan Fanberg, PE that posits methanol as a solution for vessels looking beyond electric propulsion for a manageable, near-term transition to alternative fuel.
Glosten Awarded Design of 50-Meter KAUST Research Vessel
June 8, 2022
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has selected Glosten to design a new 50-meter research vessel that will support scientific research in the Middle East.
Hornblower Gets $8 Million Green Hydrogen Project Grant
May 5, 2022
Hydrogen technology could play a vital role in helping us meet the maritime industry’s ambitious emissions and renewable energy targets, which is why Glosten is working with Hornblower Group to develop the design for the first green maritime hydrogen fueling station in the US.
On the Cusp of a Boom, US Floating Wind Gains Traction
April 21, 2022
The latest issue of Marine Log looks at the state of offshore wind and features commentary from Glosten’s PelaStar Business Development Lead Bill Hurley on logistical considerations for potential sites and the vessels that would support them.
Staying Grounded About Electrification
January 21, 2022
The latest issue of Marine News Magazine features an article from Glosten engineer Sean Caughlan which discusses the realities of battery storage and some of the impacts that operators should be aware of when looking at battery or hybrid-electric power solutions.
Liz White, PE Recognized Among Top Women in Maritime
December 14, 2021
We are beyond thrilled to see Glosten’s Liz White recognized as one of Marine Log’s Top Women in Maritime. Liz is an incredible engineer and leader at Glosten, serving on the board of directors, as the general manager of our East Coast office, and as a member of the leadership team.
Calwave Deploys Patented xWave Wave Energy Converter
October 20, 2021
The recent deployment of the CalWave Wave Energy Converter (WEC) marks another exciting project milestone this year. Glosten supported CalWave with the engineering and design alongside collaborators from Scripps, the NREL, Sandia, DNV GL, and UC Berkeley.
Defining the Best Technology for Rescue Tugs
October 8, 2021
Check out the September/October 2021 edition of International Tug & Salvage magazine to learn about the merits of purpose-designed rescue tugs and why selecting the right vessel for the job is essential for protecting lives, property, and the local environment.