Carbon Intensity Indication (CII) compliance
From 1 January 2023, all cargo vessels and passenger 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.
C-Job Naval Architects is able to advise 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.
Which measure is most effective for my vessel?
C-Job developed the ‘decarbonization tool’ to help vessel owners develop a CII strategy to keep the vessel within the CII limits from 2023 until the expected end of life. The tool can be used to analyze different CII strategies as well as to compare different CO2 reducing measures based on optimized OPEX/CAPEX/CO2-tax and fuel savings over the lifetime of the vessels.
We have taken the time to develop a tool that is able to recognize the most effective CO2 reducing measure based on the sailing profile and limited input data of the vessel. With this tool, C-Job will provide information and insight on what will be the most effective measures now and in the future. Together we can then build a strategy and create a more detailed estimate on whether the initial suggested OPEX/CAPEX/CO2-tax savings are achievable with your vessel.
Engineering & on-site assistance
Following the decision to install the CO2 reducing measure, C-Job is able to take the lead in the execution of the modification. Prior to the docking, we will prepare all engineering together with the owners and equipment suppliers. During the docking and installation, we can deliver experienced on-site assistance to the yard which will ensure a smooth installation within time and budget.