We would like to meet with other ports/companies to share and learn of solutions to challenges in the following areas:
- Land reclamation techniques - to speed the unloading of shipments.
- Shore power – to support cruise industry - small as well as large vessels.
- Discharge systems – for the port’s 2nd berth. How to discharge over water, expand existing yard, or employ larger conveyor system.
- Waterfront development – how to develop the port’s waterfront and marinas in support of cruise, super yacht, and tourism industries.
- Dust mitigation strategies.
- Shore erosion – strategies to mitigate/adapt to effects of climate change.
- Scheduling efficiencies.
- Storage space - the Charlottetown Port offers storage space.
- Environmental sustainability – baseline assessments for harbors (how to collect data)
- Battery storage technologies
- Clean energy
- Port decarbonization
Port Charlottetown is the Marine Gateway to Prince Edward Island, Canada. As the busiest common-user marine terminal facility in Prince Edward Island, the port welcomes the bulk of cruise business to the island as well as sand, gravel, petroleum products and agricultural fertilizer.