EU ETS Three Months In: Lessons Learned – Webinar

EU ETS Three Months In: Lessons Learned – Webinar

Webinar on Thursday, 14 March 15:00 – 16:00 CET First-hand experience from the first three months into maritime ETS. Join our webinar. Since January 2024, shipowners must surrender EU allowances for every ton of MRV-verified CO2 emissions to adhere to the EU ETS. This has far-reaching implications for shipping companies, demanding a keen understanding and efficient management of the system to ensure compliance. Join us for an insightful webinar where we explore the practical lessons learned in the first three months since the implementation of the EU ETS for the maritime sector. Featuring expert insights from Fleettracker, Swiss Climate, and…

See you at the World Maritime Forum 27-28 February 2024 in Copenhagen?

See you at the World Maritime Forum 27-28 February 2024 in Copenhagen?

It looks like this will be an exciting event. Over 500 participants, 50 exhibitors, 45 lectures. Everything about shipping. Of course, it’s about current topics such as CO2, new fuels, digitization and innovations. An industry in transition. Together with the company Swiss Climate we are taking part as an exhibitor and are very pleased that we can answer questions at our booth and give you insights into our services. And off course, it is a great opportunity just to meet and talk. What are we exhibiting? Of course Fleettracker for CO2 reporting, data quality assurance, ETS statements and, together with…

What would you do with 3.15 billion euros per year?

What would you do with 3.15 billion euros per year?

In shipping, ships calling at European ports will have to offset 40% of their CO2 emissions from 2024. There is a lot of money in there that is used to invest in the development of green technologies. Here’s a rough estimate: We have around 700,000 port calls in European ports every year (Statista). Let’s assume that 50% came from or went to outside Europe and that these ships sailed from abroad for an average of 5 days before calling at a European port. And let’s guess that the average consumption is about 15 tons of bunkers per day. Annual fuel…