EmissionInsider: Pave the way to a zero-emissions port
Track and analyze emissions in and around the port to develop an actionable decarbonization strategy
Implement successful decarbonization strategies
EmissionInsider empowers ports to make better decisions to eliminate emissions from ships, trucks, and rail.
Develop sustainability programs that drive tangible results
Step 1: Benchmark
Analyze your current footprint
Get to know the emissions of your port’s operations and freight activities by mapping out the top polluting emission sources and hot-spots.
Step 2. Simulate
Assess multiple scenarios to cut emissions
Simulate various “what-if” scenarios to determine their impact on improving air quality before choosing which decarbonization strategies to invest in.
Step 3. Implement
Build the path to a zero-emission port
Make data-driven decisions on what decarbonization initiatives to prioritize. Achieve your decarbonization targets and provide data for corrective actions when needed.
How can you benefit from using EmissionInsider?
Use reliable data to prioritize decarbonization initiatives and allocate investments accordingly.
Lead the transition to a greener and more sustainable port. and assist your port community to take action.
Evaluate the effectiveness of your environmental policies and sustainability projects.
Inform stakeholders, partners, and the public of emissions reduced.
Track progress toward a zero-emission port.
Multi-modal split of emissions
Map out emissions from mobile sources such as ocean-going vessels, harbor vessels, trucks, and locomotives.
EmissionInsider supports multiple methodologies, such as GLEC, SmartWay, French Degree, and Defra, to meet your reporting requirements the best.
EmissionInsider calculations are compliant with ISO 14083, EN 16258, and Greenhouse Gas Protocol.
Curious how PortXchange EmissionInsider can help your sustainability team?
“EmissionInsider enables us to use solid data to anticipate concrete improvement opportunities, and we are better able to assess the impact of measures in advance.”