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Image of Tony Roskilly DEI in EPSRC film Making Waves the Future of Shipping

Professor Tony Roskilly, DEI Director and lead of our National Hydrogen for Transportation network features in the new EPSRC and Chamber of Shipping film 'Making Waves: The Future of Shipping'.

A new video released by EPSRC entitled "Making Waves - the future of Shipping" features the work of Professor Tony Roskilly and Dr Janie Ling-Chin in exploring the future potential and investment needs of hydrogen in the maritime sector.

The film forms part of a major initiative by the UK Chamber of Shipping and British Ports Association to highlight the issues and opportunities facing the shipping industry at a time of environmental crisis, and the progress being made alongside calls for greater action and collaboration across the industry to decarbonise.

Making Waves: The future of shipping - EPSRC #EngineeringNetZero - YouTube

'Making Waves: The Future of Shipping' is a film where EPSRC-funded researchers talk about the research challenges and opportunities for meeting our ambitions in sustainable shipping.

Research and innovation plays an important part in driving the delivery of shipping net zero emissions. From the role of hydrogen, to the potential of whole-systems approaches, this film highlights EPSRC-funded innovative research being undertaken around the UK that has the potential to reduce shipping emissions.


  • Dr Lucy Martin, Deputy Director, Cross-Council Programmes, EPSRC
  • Professor Tony Roskilly, Durham University & Tees Port
  • Professor Nilay Shah, Imperial College London
  • Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Heriot-Watt University

Produced by CWP in partnership with UK Chamber of Shipping and the British Ports Association. #FutureOfShipping

Find out more about the DEI-Led National Network for Hydrogen Transportation.