Maritime Transport Emissions (MRV)

As part the EU approach to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, from 2018 large ships using EU ports will be required to report their verified annual emissions and other relevant information.

ship_containers_productsThe MRV regulation (29 April 2015) creates an EU-wide legal framework for the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of CO2 emissions from maritime transport. Each year ship owners will have to report annual CO2 emissions emitted from each ship as well as other information required by the regulation. Companies are required to develop and implement a monitoring plan to meet the requirements of the regulation for each qualifying vessel and the monitoring plan and annual emissions reports are subject to annual verification.

En-Vision is assisting marine operators who are developing their vessel monitoring plans, to ensure compliant and efficient monitoring and reporting is defined and implemented using new or modified company systems. Consultants with a long history of CO2 MRV experience are able to provide expert insight into compliance requirements and best practice aspects of the monitoring and reporting process.

http://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/transport/shipping/index_en.htm

 

 

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