During the MEPC 62 (July 2011), the IMO adopted the Energy efficiency design index for new ships which establishes an energy efficiency identity for all the new-built ships since 2013. The IMO utilises a specific formula that estimates the CO2 output per tonne-mile. The formula incorporates aspects of the hull, engine, and propeller.
Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) for New Ships
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Speakers from Iceland, Norway, Portugal, and United Kingdom will be on one stage. Free access. Looking forward to seeing you! October 12th at Escola Superior Náutica Infante D. Henrique.