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About the company

Type
Company

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
North Vancouver, BC V7J 2H8, Canada

Company size
4

Founders
Jose Luis Gutierrez-Garcia, Roy Wagner, Juan Pablo Maureira, Laurent Selles

Founded
2015

SDG's

  • Clean water and sanitation

  • Affordable and clean energy

  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

  • Responsible consumption and production


Social

Website
http://bit.ly/ZShips

Alliance member

ZShips International Community Contribution Company Ltd.

Zero Fuel, Zero Emission Commercial Vessels.

ZShips converts sun, wind, and waves into electricity for 100% renewable energy propulsion and auxiliary powered vessels and fleets. ZShips technology is available for retrofits and new builds.

Offers

Zero Emissions Ships - ZShips

Description
Zero Fuel, Zero Fill, Zero Emission, 100% Renewable Energy powered commercial vessels.

At Z Ships we believe that carbon neutral and carbon negative growth is possible in global maritime transportation. ZShips is changing the fuel conversation for commercial ships, vessels and fleets. By operating zero emissions commercial vessels with zero ongoing fuel costs, the shipping industry will not only transition from the polluting fossil fuel powered ships of today into the clean energy ships of tomorrow; it will set the industry on a steady path toward emission elimination and positive economic and environmental impact. Our technology is suitable for low speed, displacement hulled vessels of 30 meters and over. The longer the ship the more area we have to work with and the more power we can produce. Superyachts, Ferries, Research Vessels, Fishing, Handysize, Handymax, Panamax, Neo-Panamax are excellent candidates to become Zero Emissions Vessels. ZShips avoids expensive incrementalism by going straight to zero and replacing conventional (fossil) and alternative liquid or gaseous fuels with renewable energy, electricity, and storage to provide 100% fuel cost savings, unlimited range travel with ZERO EMISSIONS, cutting underwater noise and vibrations and reducing harm to marine life and environment. ZShips will be instrumental in helping the maritime transportation industry keep air and waters clean and healthy at ports and high seas.

Available in
Worldwide

Categories of application
Water treatment, Water distribution and use, Clean energy production, Energy distribution & management, Industrial processes, End-of-pipe industrial pollution management, Circular economy of solid wastes

Sector of application
Filtration, Purification, Contaminate detection, Wastewater treatment, Water recycling, New water business models, Industrial water management, Wind power, Photovoltaic, Solar thermal, Heat pumps, Concentrated solar power, Ocean energy, Cogeneration, Collaborative electricity consumption systems, Energy-pooling, Toxin and waste minimization, Industrial water efficiency, Emission control solution, Bioremediation, Materials reclamation, Smart waste collection and sorting, Waste valorization, Customer engagement tools, Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Status
R&D


Plastic Smog Emissions Closed Loop System (PSECLS)

Description
PSECLS recovers wastewater for re-utilization and prevents microplastics from contaminating the aquatic food chain

The Plastic Smog Emissions Closed Loop System -PSECLS- provides an innovative method to monetize the value that is locked in wastewater discharges containing microplastic particles. PSECLS recovers wastewater and turns it into clean water for re-utilization in domestic, industrial, textile marine, and irrigation applications, and. at the same time, recovers microplastic particles (fibres and beads) to convert them into high-value products. Customer Problem: The customers are the plastics, textile and apparel industries, industrial textile washing operations, laundry appliance manufacturers, ships and municipalities as producers and generators of a major source of recently termed "plastic smog," or microplastic pollution detected on ocean shorelines worldwide. The customer's problems are Microbeads and microfibers - such as bits of polyester and acrylic smaller than the head of a pin- are discharged in the wastewater effluent. • Waslewater treatment plants are not designed to capture microfibers. • Marine life ingests these microplastics and perish. • Fish that ingest these microplastics may end up on our plates. (Researchers from the University of Ghent in Belgium believe that microplastics accumulate in the body over time and could be a long-term health risk. Seafood eaters ingest up to 11.000 tiny pieces of plastic every year with dozens o( particles becoming embedded in tissues).

Available in
Worldwide

Categories of application
Water treatment, Water distribution and use, Clean energy production, Energy distribution & management, Industrial processes, End-of-pipe industrial pollution management, Circular economy of solid wastes

Sector of application
Filtration, Purification, Contaminate detection, Wastewater treatment, Water recycling, New water business models, Industrial water management, Wind power, Photovoltaic, Solar thermal, Heat pumps, Concentrated solar power, Ocean energy, Cogeneration, Collaborative electricity consumption systems, Energy-pooling, Toxin and waste minimization, Industrial water efficiency, Emission control solution, Bioremediation, Materials reclamation, Smart waste collection and sorting, Waste valorization, Customer engagement tools, Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Status
R&D


Regenerative Oceanic Biomimetic Robotics-ROBiotics-

Description
ROBiotics works to extract deposits of human-occurring ocean waste plastic to rescue valuable resources

ROBiotics offers to extract plastic deposits with biomimetic robots that are biologically intelligent. The advantage of using submersible Biological Artificially Intelligent BAI and remote controlled, zero emission, biomimetic robots that “eat” plastic deposits at high seas is that they will blend with marine life; will be able to shelter themselves from inclement weather, use wave, wind solar and energy temperature differences in the ocean to power themselves; locate, track, pursue and actively collect as well as passively extract deposits of macro, meso and microplastics floating on the surface and at different depths in the water column of the global ocean. ROBiotcs will use, amongst others, automated microplastic sensors, light emitting devices in various configurations to reduce catching fish and creating attractive escape paths for species or animals in the ROBiotic’ regenerative plastic recovery path, making their plastic harvesting less intrusive, non-damaging and more sustainable. ROBiotics will also gather and transmit data to help ensure marine well-being. Depending on their size, each ROBiot in a swarm (school) will be able to collect a minimum of between four tons and 16 tons and a maximum between 175 and 700 tons in 24 hours.

Available in
Eastern Africa, Southern Africa, Western Africa, South America, Caribbean, Central America, Northern America, Central Asia, Eastern Asia, Southern Asia, South-Eastern Asia, Western Asia, Eastern Europe, Northern Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, Antarctica, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Western Sahara, Sudan, Morocco, Algeria,

Categories of application
Water treatment, Water distribution and use, Clean energy production, Energy distribution & management, Industrial processes, End-of-pipe industrial pollution management, Circular economy of solid wastes

Sector of application
Filtration, Purification, Contaminate detection, Wastewater treatment, Water recycling, New water business models, Industrial water management, Wind power, Photovoltaic, Solar thermal, Heat pumps, Concentrated solar power, Ocean energy, Cogeneration, Collaborative electricity consumption systems, Energy-pooling, Toxin and waste minimization, Industrial water efficiency, Emission control solution, Bioremediation, Materials reclamation, Smart waste collection and sorting, Waste valorization, Customer engagement tools, Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Status
Concept