Hanwha Ocean Develops New CII Calculating Tool

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  • Newly developed carbon intensity monitoring technology to be deployed in recently contracted orders for very large ammonia carriers (VLAC).
  • The technology offers eco-friendly and efficient suggestions through integration with HS4, Hanwha Ocean’s smart ship platform.

Hanwha Ocean announced that it has developed a smart ship technology that monitors a vessel’s carbon intensity index (CII), reports Offshore Energy.

According to Hanwha Ocean, the new technology assesses how much carbon dioxide a ship produces while it is operating and uses this information to calculate its annual operational CII — a measure of fuel efficiency based on fuel usage and distance traveled. Hanwha Ocean will deploy this technology in recently contracted orders for very large ammonia carriers (VLAC), improving the carbon footprint of these vessels.

Hanwha Ocean also noted that shipowners can see important data in real time so they can optimize navigation routes and speed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

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Source: Offshore Energy