Environmental schemes have existed in shipping for many years. These include the financially attractive Environmental Ship Index (ESI, link to environmentalshipindex.org), Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG, link) or the Clean Shipping Index (CSI). All of them, however, have been non-mandatory. With the introduction of the European Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (EU-MRV) scheme in 2018, and the response from the IMO with its Data Collection Scheme (IMO-DCS) in 2019, this has changed. For both schemes, shipping companies need to collect and report voyage data and have its consistency and plausibility verified.
We help you to manage your environmental compliance without additional effort by:
- Producing the needed annual emission and fuel consumption reports to be submitted to the EU or flag state
- Early notification if data consistency and plausibility is at risk so that the crew can correct them right away
- Showing you all needed levers to actually reduce your consumption (see Vessel and Voyage Efficiency page)
The needed data is produced automatically from our innovative onboard SmartLog system that takes over existing ship-to-shore reporting processes, while minimizing manual input and maximizing data quality.