The MRV regulation of the European Union (EU) requires ship owners and managers to prepare a monitoring plan for each of their vessels that call ports within the EU. Furthermore, the prepared plans have to be submitted to a verifier by the end of August 2017. The MRV Monitoring Plan Generator supports in preparing proper monitoring plans in a fast and easy manner.
- Voyage Data
- Activity Data
- Output Data
Ship owners and operators shall monitor the CO2 emissions of their vessels per voyage conducted into, between and out of EU (and EFTA) ports. A “voyage” is defined as any movement of a ship that originates from, or terminates in, a port of call (EU port) and that serves the purpose of transporting passengers or cargo for commercial purposes.
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- EU MRV regulation is about measuring CO2 emission from the ships of more than 5000 GRT operating in EU ports.
- Monitoring plan provides the information on how ships need to monitor the co2 levels.
- This data once verified needs to be submitted to European Commission.
- This regulation might turn out to be a game changer in reducing the CO2 emission from the ships even before it specifies the max CO2 emission level.
- This is because of the every ship’s CO2 emission data that European Commission would publically upload.
- The first step for the compliance with the EU MRV regulation is submitting the monitoring plan to the verifier. The last date for submission is 31st Aug 2017.