Together with Hydrus, we as Tulive are proud to present you the MRV system and solution which is already pre-verified in accordance with the set regulations.
Maritime transport has an impact on global climate change. International shipping remains the only means of transportation not currently included in the European Union's commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. According to data provided by IMO, the specific energy consumption and CO2 emissions of ships could be reduced by up to 75% by applying operational measures and implementing existing technologies.
In order to reduce emissions from shipping at the European Union level, it is mandated setting up a system for the Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV system) of CO2 emissions based on the fuel consumption of ships, as a first step of a staged approach for the inclusion of maritime transport emissions in the European Union's greenhouse gas reduction commitment, alongside emissions from other sectors that are already contributing to that commitment.
The regulation (EU) 2015/757 applies to:
- All ships above 5,000 gross tonnage
- All commercial voyages to, from and in-between EU ports
This regulation entered into force on 1 July 2015, with the verification of the Monitoring plans by August 2017. The regulation will become fully effective on 1 January 2018.
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