IMO have adopted energy-efficiency measures that are legally binding across the maritime industry, applying to all countries. By 2025, all new ships will be a massive 30% more energy efficient than those built in 2014. Our products and capabilities can support efficient operation of vessels.
Our marine emissions monitoring systems can log or provide supporting data related to:
Fuel Type Logging
IMO has established a series of baselines for the amount of fuel each type of ship burns for a certain cargo capacity.
Collecting consumption data for each type of fuel oil they use, as well as other operating information on engines.
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP)
Under the energy-efficiency regulations, existing ships now have to have an energy efficiency management plan in place, looking at things like improved voyage planning, cleaning the underwater parts of the ship and the propeller more often, introducing technical measures such as waste heat recovery systems, or even fitting a new propeller.
Engine load management
Marine Emissions are heavily influenced by the ship engine load. By combining online, continuous emissions monitoring with real-time engine performance, the vessel operator can ensure regulator emissions levels are not breached whilst at the same time ensuring effect power is available.