If you’re in the maritime industry you probably haven’t missed the IMO GHG Strategy. Here’s a short guide on how to be Compliant with IMO GHG Strategy for Shipowners.
(Regulation of GHG Emissions from Ships: The outcomes of MEPC 75)
- The Aim is to reduce carbon intensity of international shipping by 40% by 2030 vs. 2008.
- EEDI requirements have been strengthened and steps in the required limits have been moved earlier, for some of the vessel types
- The NEW EEXI (Existing Vessels Energy Efficiency Index) implemented for existing ships as technical measure to reduce CO2emissions (EEXI calculation guidance will be ready at MEPC 76 – Q2 2021)
- Carbon Intensity Indicator (CCI), introduced as part of SEEMP, as an operational measure of carbon intensity.
– Initially as non-mandatory option. But will most probably be mandatory by starting 2027
– Will contain a historical parameter, affecting the requirement based on previous progress of CII-rating
- Cargo and cruise ships above 5000 GT – starting 2023 (initially non-mandatory compliance): Annual Carbon Intensity Indicator and rating A to E. Each ship needs to achieve rating C or better in CII. See enclosed picture
- Engine Power Limitation and/or Shaft Power Limitation (Cheapest solution)
- Energy efficiency technology and alternative energy sources
- New Building
Do you want to know more about how Climeon’s technology for maritime wast heat recovery can help you reduce your GHG emissions? Please contact Fredrik Thorén, Head of Maritime Sales at Climeon.