ensure compliance & sustainability

Recent studies present that vessels’ energy consumption and COemissions could be reduced by up to 75% by applying operational measures, by proceeding to actions on efficiency improvement and by implementing existing technologies. Additionally,  further reductions could be achieved by implementing new technologies (3rd IMO Green House Gas study 2014).

These kind of studies have led IMO and EU to adopt regulations for monitoring and reporting the CO2 emissions and the Energy Consumption of the Maritime Industry, e.g. EU MRV regulation, SEEMP, etc., with new regulations already on the way.

Being an end-to-end digital transformation platform, METIS provides a  CO2 monitoring system that helps shipping companies to monitor and manage the emissions in order to ensure regulatory compliance and reduce their environmental footprint. The main benefits for a shipping company that has deployed a system that monitors CO2  emissions are in brief the following:

  • Verifies if the vessel’s operation complies to the environmental guidelines and regulations
  • Estimates the variation of the emissions over time. This information can indicate a vessel faulting/fouling
  • Helps to plan voyages and optimize vessel operation in an environmentally friendly way
  • Provides significant help to improve the environmental efficiency of the vessel, among other services,
METIS is able to provide valuable information regarding the CO2  emissions of a vessel by collecting and processing information such as:
  • The cargo weight
  • The vessel specifications (MCR, capacity, etc.)
  • The traveled distance at sea
  • The bunkering fuel analysis and delivery notes
  • The fuel oil consumption per fuel type
  • The Main Engine’s and Diesel Generators’ produced power
  • The vessel’s speed
The following quantities can be calculated:
  • The CO2 emissions
  • The SOx emissions
  • The NOx emissions
  • Information about the correlation between the emissions and the engine power
  • Information about the correlation between the emissions and the vessel’s speed
  • The Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)
  • The Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI)
  • The correlation between the emissions and the engine power
  • The correlation between the emissions and the vessel speed
  • ECA-related information (time inside an ECA, Fuel Consumption at ECA, etc.)

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