2604, 2023

Our own path to net zero: What does decarbonisation mean for safe and prosperous fishing in the Clyde?

By |April 26, 2023|Categories: News|

FIS and the Clyde Fishermen’s Trust recently hosted two fisher-led workshops, bringing together key stakeholders in the industry - including vessel designers, engineers, regulators, ports representatives and training experts - to discuss how to support Clyde fishing communities in the transition towards a net zero fishing fleet. The workshops

3001, 2023

‘Too risky’ to delay investment in safe and viable Net Zero fishing vessels

By |January 30, 2023|Categories: News|

Delaying investment in net zero fishing vessels is a risky strategy, according to a new report we commissioned. The study by Macduff Ship Design explains that net zero fuels are currently no match for diesel-powered fishing vessels, but failing to invest in this technology and the associated safety, training

2401, 2023

FIS opens its doors to the UK seafood community

By |January 24, 2023|Categories: News|

FIS, the coalition of experts driving strategic innovation in seafood, is expanding in scope to reach a wider range of seafood businesses and communities. Fisheries Innovation Scotland is now Fisheries Innovation & Sustainability, reflecting the support FIS is extending to the whole UK seafood community. At the FIS AGM in

2909, 2022

New Project – Net Zero Fishing Vessels

By |September 29, 2022|Categories: News|

FIS are pleased to announce a new project in partnership with Macduff Ship Design, who will be developing concepts for net zero fishing vessels. This project has been developed in response to a need identified by experts at the FIS Vessels of the Future workshop held in April 2022, and a

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