IMO new Green ship policy

IMO new Green ship policy

  • To achieve the goal of green ships, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) proposes to reduce carbon emissions and improve ship energy efficiency, with reducing ship carbon emissions as a key management measure.   In order to reduce carbon emissions and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping as soon as possible, the IMO has formulated three stages of measures: first, short-term measures to improve the technology and operational efficiency of new and existing ships, and initiate actions to research and develop new technologies such as alternative fuels; The second is mid-term measures, such as introducing alternative low-carbon and zero carbon fuel implementation plans, strengthening technological cooperation and capacity building, etc; The third is long-term measures, introducing zero carbon fuels and encouraging the widespread adoption of possible new emission reduction mechanisms.   During this process, real-time monitoring of ship gas emissions has become a particularly important aspect. Continuous emission detection system can be used.   The continuous emission monitoring system is a complete monitoring equipment composed of analytical instruments and supporting devices used to continuously monitor the concentration and emission amount of particulate and gas pollutants from fixed pollution sources. It is also known as the "continuous emission monitoring system" CEMS. CEMS system can monitor parameters such as SO2, NO2, CO, dust, temperature, pressure, flow rate, humidity, etc. in gases, and can also expand the monitoring of parameters such as VOCs, NH3, CO, CO2, H2S, etc. for specific occasions.

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