Over time ports have developed a duty towards their stakeholders and communities surrounding the port to monitor and track emissions but also decide what are the best decarbonization strategies to invest in.
Such initiatives are currently being supported by the rise in regulations that mandate the shipping industry to reduce its emissions and aim at making shipping carbon-neutral. To support the decarbonization of the shipping industry, ports play a crucial role in facilitating emissions reduction.
We bring industry leaders to discuss the regulatory framework in which ports will operate moving forward and present how the Port of Rotterdam uses emission data to develop a targeted approach for decarbonization.
Some of the key topics discussed are:
- Legislation and new regulations to come in place aiming at the decarbonization of the shipping industry.
- How are ports getting ready for the new regulatory changes and what concerns do they have?
- European Green Deal: what is the EU’s ambition for decarbonization and how it will affect ports?
- European Climate Law: what does it mean for ports the Fit for 55 EU package and specifically the initiatives discussed within the FuelEU Maritime proposal?
- The implementation of an emissions platform in the Port of Rotterdam: challenges, learnings, and benefits.
- What to expect next for the maritime industry in terms of legislation developments for decarbonization.
- How technology providers can support standardizing the emission data and make better decisions on decarbonization strategies.