Are your vessels following IMO regulations around carbon emissions?

Between 2-3% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions can be credited to the CO2 emissions from ships.

“If global shipping were a country, it would be the sixth largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions. Only the United States, China, Russia, India and Japan emit more carbon dioxide than the world’s shipping fleet.”

In an effort to create a global approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, nearly one year ago, EU MRV regulation began requiring all ships over 5,000 gross tonnes undertaking voyages in EU regions to monitor and report their CO2 emissions, fuel consumption, and average energy efficiency.

In response to this regulation, we created EVE, offering our clients a solution that helps them comply with environmental regulations such as MRV and IMO DCS, and - just as importantly - the data-driven analysis needed to reduce fuel consumption and improve profit margins. EVE has recently received IMO-DCS approval from Verifavia and Bureau Veritas.

EVE provides crucial vessel and fuel performance data, assisting fleets in meeting operational KPIs, charter-party compliance, and optimisation, leading to the more efficient use of bunkers through lower comparable emissions.

Get in touch now to learn more about EVE and ensure you have the necessary tools to submit a verified emissions report to the European Commission and relevant flag state and receive a valid document of compliance.