We conduct a ship-wide analysis and provide you with certified reporting on operations and on energy savings to assist you in effectively tracking and benchmarking your key performance. We measure key sustainability indexes such as the Energy Efficiency eXisting ship Index (EEXI) to calculate greenhouse emissions and the more stringent Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) to measure goods transport emissions according to cargo capacity and nautical mile.
An equally important sustainability index integrated in our reports is the Engine power limitation (EPL) which helps establish the ideal power and speed needed to reduce your vessel’s fuel use and CO2 emissions. These indexes and several other variables will guide you on your journey to sustainability and enable you to meet ever stricter environmental regulations in order to remain one step ahead of the competition.
Reports in the shipping industry can also be guided by Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance reporting, especially in light of the IMO’s obligatory data collection system (DCS) for ships over 5,000 tons in weight. The latter can be addressed by submitting a yearly ESG report which demonstrates adherence to the three pillars of sustainability (People, Planet, Profit).
All reporting in the shipping industry will ultimately support you, not only in meeting ever-stricter shipping regulations, but also in setting new sustainability targets in world where climate change has already become industry’s primary concern.
EFFICIENCY EXISTING SHIP INDEX
An index attained once in a vessel’s lifetime, the EEXI was introduced as an index by the IMO to calculate a ship’s emissions. Its calculation involves technical attributes such as the ship’s type, carrying capacity and propulsion method.
CARBON INTENSITY INDICATOR
Aimed at vessels over 5,000 in gross tonnage transporting, the stringent Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) to measure goods transport emissions according to cargo capacity and nautical mile. The CII rating will need to be improved over time as regulations become stricter in the next few years.
ENGINE POWER LIMITATION
This important sustainability index helps establish the ideal power and speed needed to reduce a vessel’s fuel use and CO2 emissions. By designating a semi-permanent value for power output and limiting engine power, operators can reign in on their emissions and monitor them more easily.