Get fast and relevant insights on how to comply with the IMO Carbon Intensity Indicator
C-Job provides objective and independent advice on how to reduce your vessel’s greenhouse gas emissions and comply with the IMO Carbon Intensity Indicator.
We use our decarbonization tool to provide fast and relevant insights on what works best for your vessel to reduce its carbon emissions.
Carbon Intensity Indication (CII) compliance
From 1 January 2023, all cargo, ROPAX, and cruise vessels require an approved Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP), including an implementation on how to achieve CII targets. The Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) targets as set out by the IMO are forcing vessel owners to reduce the CO2 output of their vessels by 2% per year.
There are many different measures available but there is no one size fits all. The C-Job decarbonization tool shows which measures are most effective for each vessel. This not only saves time and effort but also reduces costs related to reducing the CO2 footprint of vessels.
Our decarbonization tool shows some measures to save money in the longer term.
- Fast and relevant insight
- Independent advice
- Tailored solution to comply with CII
- Cost vs savings analysis
- Decarbonization roadmap