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eep pace with technological developments of new efficiency and reduction measures.reduction is mandated for applica&le ship types calculated from a reference line representing the average efficiency for ships &uilt .1s 9 !a5e &one Me.&i((.%!at 5alues u use an& 5alue u -al-ulate to put in 3M9+ <. The EEDI requires a minimum energy efficiency level per capacity mile (e. The *+" reduction level (grams of *+" per tonne mile) for the first phase is set to #and will &e tightened every five years to .4 !at types o( &i((erent (uel inje-tion system are t!ere+ 6#plain in &etail -ommon rail. <.%!at to -!e-k in tie ro&s (rom -rank-ase.De(ine engine stru-ture+ 3o% u tig!t tie ro&s./=.7 !at are &i(( types o( motor en-losures++ !at is ip -o&e. The EEDI provides a specific figure for an individual ship design% e'pressed in grams of car&on dio'ide (*+") per ship.$ 6ngine room -rane %at type an& its maintenan-e+ >rake test !o% u -arry it+ )repare me &e-ar" report -omplete to sen& it to -ompany+ Me liner remo5al.Fun. )s long as the required energy efficiency level is attained% ship designers and &uilders are free to use the most cost(efficient solutions for the ship to comply with the regulations. Energy Efficiency Design Index The EEDI for new ships is the most important technical measure and it aims at promoting the use of more energy efficient (less polluting) equipment and engines.g.liner measurements+ 'ool (or measurement. Fun. 9n "et%een !e %as 5ery parti-ular %it! material an& also &e(initions. /eduction rates have &een esta&lished until the period "#"0 to "#$# when a $#.s capacity(mile (the smaller the EEDI the more energy efficient ship design) and is calculated &y a formula &ased on the technical design parameters for a given ship. From !anuary "# $% following an initial two year phase zero when new ship design will need to meet the reference level for their ship type% the level is to &e tightened incrementally every five years% and so the EEDI is e'pected to stimulate continued innovation and technical development of all the components influencing the fuel efficiency of a ship from its design phase. "et%een -lo5erlea(ing an& s-u((ing <.&i((erent types o( -!oks an& t!e pro-e&ure o( "e&&ing+ <.9:&er lu"e oil !o% -!ange& on Man. <.engine. 3e aske& &i((eren-e "et%een it an& M-<. !at is temp -lassi(i-ation o( motor+ Maintenan-e on alternator+ Fun. The EEDI is a non(prescriptive% performance(&ased mechanism that leaves the choice of technologies to use in a specific ship design to the industry./ylin&er lu"ri-ation o( sul2er an& Man &i((eren-e+ Diagram. tonne mile) for different ship type and size segments.
The EEDI is developed for the largest and most energy intensive segments of the world merchant fleet and will em&race 1".g.ing to optimise the performance of a ship . The 3EE45 also provides an approach for shipping companies to manage ship and fleet efficiency performance over time using% for e'ample% the Energy Efficiency +perational Indicator (EE+I) as a monitoring tool.&etween "### and "# #.ers% &ul. For ship types not covered &y the current formula% suita&le formulas are e'pected to &e developed in the future addressing the largest emitters first. The EE+I ena&les operators to measure the fuel efficiency of a ship in operation and to gauge the effect of any changes in operation% e. improved voyage planning or more frequent propeller cleaning% or introduction of technical measures such as waste heat recovery systems or a new propeller.of emissions from new ships covering the following ship types2 oil tan.789). carriers% gas carriers% general cargo% container ships% refrigerated cargo and com&ination carriers. 6*irc. The guidance on the development of the 3EE45 for new and e'isting ships incorporates &est practices for fuel efficient ship operation% as well as guidelines for voluntary use of the EE+I for new and e'isting ships (4E5*. The 3EE45 urges the ship owner and operator at each stage of the plan to consider new technologies and practices when see. Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan and Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator The 3hip Energy Efficiency 4anagement 5lan (3EE45) is an operational measure that esta&lishes a mechanism to improve the energy efficiency of a ship in a cost(effective manner.