Nauticus Robotics, a developer of ocean robots, autonomy software, and services to the marine industries, today announced that founder and CEO Nicolaus Radford was scheduled to be speaking at an event on December 1, 2022, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
The UN event is called “Energy Transition Industries: Solutions to Achieving SDG’s – How Renewable Energy Can Combat Inflation in Emerging Nations”.
The event will feature presentations from industry-leading companies helping to implement technologies and solutions towards achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Nauticus’ presentation was to outline the company’s efforts toward those sustainability objectives utilizing its advanced robotics and autonomy solutions and its forthcoming international expansion plans. The company says it is committed to achieving its net-zero goals through the embrace of ocean decarbonization.
Radford says: “Nauticus Robotics was founded to challenge the costly and inefficient incumbent service infrastructure of the offshore industries, enact positive change and innovation in the blue economy, and create a major impact with our autonomous robots.
“I’m honored for the opportunity to speak to the UN about what we are doing at Nauticus alongside so many other like-minded organizations working toward sustainable improvements.”
The companies invited to present offer readily deployed solutions to mitigate inflation, such as providing commercial solutions to replace natural gas with hydrogen, creating renewable gas and fertilizer from municipal solid waste, extending battery life and electrify transportation, providing renewable solar electricity, and establishing a new and exciting carbon offset market.
Nauticus Robotics has been investing in a range of cutting-edge technologies to help with ocean decarbonization. The Company’s technology generates 90 percent less carbon than the closest competing solution, and the team is committed to advancing the Nauticus Fleet to become fully carbon neutral in the coming years.