The aim of this two day course is to provide delegates with an introduction to the key principles of energy management within the marine industry and introduce the tools that can assist in reducing energy usage by ships.
Who will benefit
The course will benefit fleet management personnel and ship technical staff involved in the development and implementation of energy management plans and policies. It is particularly suitable for superintendents, technical managers, operations managers, environmental specialists and managers of shipping companies.
Through highly participative use of group and individual exercises based on Lloyd’s Registers’ experience within shipping, the course covers the following technical areas:
- Current / future requirements on ship energy efficiency (EEDI, EEXI, SEEMP, DCN and CII) including the IMO GHG Strategy.
- Principles of energy management systems and application to the marine industry
- Current best practice in diverse areas of energy management, including main/aux. power generation, boilers, energy recovery, resistance and propulsion, accommodation and services and cargo operations
- Fuel management and use of emerging alternative fuels for shipping decarbonisation.
- Combination of operational measures, fuel measures and use of technology for ship energy efficiency.
By the end of this course delegates will be able to:
- Identify the key regulatory requirements associated with ship energy management.
- Recognise the importance of a systems approach in improving energy efficiency and how to develop energy management plans
- Discuss key tools, methodologies, best practice that can assist in reducing energy usage.
- Identify key operational, technical and fuel measures that may be used by your company in order to simultaneously reduce air emissions and costs.
Delegates will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.