16 Sep 2020
- Location Online
- Venue GoToWebinar
The IMO’s level of ambition for the decarbonisation of international shipping is set out as reductions of total annual carbon dioxide emissions and carbon dioxide emissions per transport work. Currently, the only regulated IMO measurement instrument that is used to drive action towards achieving the decarbonisation ambition is the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI). However, over the last couple of years as decarbonisation has become a business priority, there has been increasing interest in a number of other emissions metrics such as EEOI, EVDI, EEXI, and AER.
In this presentation, LR’s Ship Performance Manager Chris Craddock will provide a review of the main carbon dioxide emission metrics that are currently being used in the maritime sector.
The review will focus on how the metrics are being calculated, the benefits and deficiencies of each metric, and how they are being used in evidence-based decision-making by influential maritime stakeholders. We look forward to you joining us!
Date: Wednesday 16th September 2020.
Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM BST.
Webinar host: Chris Craddock, Technical Advisory & Ship Performance at Lloyd's Register.
Anticipated run time including Q&A will be approx. 1 hour