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Conceptual Design of a Portal System for International Shipping`s Greenhouse Gas Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification
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Conceptual Design of a Portal System for International Shipping`s Greenhouse Gas Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification
Kang, Nam-seon; Lee, Beom-seok; Kim, Sang-yong; Lee, Jung-jin; Yoon, Hyeon-kyu;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a portal system compatible with MRV regulation was designed to monitoring, reporting and verifying emission and fuel consumption data from an international ship. A portal system supports monitoring and reporting task of international shipping companies and calculates national greenhouse gas inventory. EU MRV law, MRV discussions of IMO, responses of international shipping companies to ship energy efficiency and greenhouse gas regulation, and greenhouse gas statistics on international shipping were analyzed to drive portal system requirements. For ship energy efficiency and emitted monitoring, a data collection module was designed based on on-board equipment, energy efficiency measuring device and navigation report. Data transfer module with easy management and minimized usage to transfer ship data to shore was designed. A portal system was designed to convert the collected data into the standard reporting format, perform monitoring, statical analysis, verification and auto report generation, and support national greenhouse gas inventory.
 Keywords
Monitoring/Repoarting/Verification;Greenhouse gas emission;Fuel consumption; emitted;Ship energy efficiency;International shipping;Portal system;
 Language
Korean
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