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Introducing Benchmark Carbon: Join the Beta Access Test for Advanced Maritime Carbon monitoring

Posted in June 15, 2023

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Introduction: Marine Benchmark combines first-class shipping data, cutting-edge technology and a lifetime of experience in shipping to create innovative, user-friendly analysis tools for the marine industry.

The Marine Benchmark fuel calculation model has been a reliable model and under development over more than 20 years. Marine Benchmark and its founders have been very early movers in calculating fuel and environmental KPIs.

The original version was developed as early as year 2000 in a European Union project, “Airborne emissions from shipping in EU waters”. The project was subsequently, over a number of years, responsible for calculating the EU related shipping emissions and reported to the EU commission.

Benchmark Carbon offers a comprehensive solution for accurately monitoring Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) and Attained Emission Rating (AER) for all vessels in the world fleet. It provides historical data, current year-to-date information, and a 10-year future prognosis for CII. Here's how Benchmark Carbon solves the mentioned problems and user cases:

1. Monitoring CII and AER Rating: Benchmark Carbon monitors and calculates accurate historic and current attained CII and CCI ratings for all vessels in the world fleet. This allows users to assess the carbon efficiency of individual ships or entire fleets.

2. Current Year CII and Year-to-Date Trend: Users can access the current year's CII for any ship, providing real-time information on carbon emissions. Additionally, Benchmark Carbon offers a year-to-date trend analysis, enabling users to track the carbon performance of a vessel over time.

3. UN Register Access and Fleet Comparison: The platform provides full access to the UN register (S&P IHS), allowing users to filter and compare different parts of the world fleet. This feature helps ship owners, shippers, and operators analyze fleets and make informed decisions based on carbon efficiency.

4. CII Future Prognosis and Filtering: Benchmark Carbon offers a future prognosis feature that predicts the CII of vessels up to 2035. Users can filter vessels based on any specific year to identify ships that meet their carbon emission requirements.

5. Comprehensive CII Reports: The platform allows users to generate comprehensive CII reports for any ship in the world fleet. These reports provide detailed information on carbon intensity, emissions ratings, and other relevant data, assisting customers in making informed decisions.

6. Customer Base: Benchmark Carbon caters to various stakeholders in the maritime industry, including shippers, cargo owners, operators, banks, ship owners, equipment/service suppliers, yards, and insurance companies. Each customer group benefits from the platform's unique features based on their specific needs and objectives.

7. Sensor Data Integration: Benchmark Carbon provides the option to connect sensor data, enabling users to compare their emissions data with competitors or any other defined group within the world fleet. This feature allows for benchmarking and performance analysis, aiding in identifying areas for improvement.

Overall, Benchmark Carbon offers a comprehensive solution for monitoring and analyzing carbon emissions in the maritime industry. It helps stakeholders make informed decisions, assess asset quality, compare fleets, identify business opportunities, and offer appropriate solutions based on carbon efficiency.

🔎 Who do we think should be interested in Benchmark Carbon?

Financial institutions 🏦

Ship Finance Managers: Evaluate the carbon efficiency of vessels seeking financing.

Risk Analysts: Assess environmental risk and make informed lending decisions.

Sustainability Officers: Ensure ship finance aligns with sustainability commitments.

Relationship Managers: Provide insights to clients and foster sustainable partnerships.

Compliance Officers: Ensure compliance with environmental regulations and standards.

Marine Insurers 🚢

Hull Underwriters: Assess environmental risk and determine insurance coverage and terms.

Risk Analysts: Evaluate vessel carbon footprint and calculate potential liabilities.

Chief Data Officers: Monitor environmental impact of insured fleet and align with sustainability goals.

Claims Managers: Evaluate carbon performance during incidents or damages.

Product Development Managers: Develop innovative insurance products addressing environmental risks.

🌍 Join the Future of Maritime Carbon Monitoring! 🚢🌱Be among the first to experience the power of Benchmark Carbon, a brand new solution for monitoring carbon emissions in the maritime industry. Sign up now for our beta user access test and unlock the following exclusive benefits:

🔍 Monitor accurate historic and current CII for all vessels in the world fleet.📈 Track the year-to-date trend and future prognosis of carbon intensity.🌐 Access the UN register and compare fleets and individual ships.📊 Generate comprehensive CII reports tailored to your needs.💡 Connect your sensor data to gain deeper insights and benchmark against competitors.🗓️

Deadline for submissions: July 6th 2023

Ready to make a significant impact on carbon emissions in the maritime industry? Sign up for our beta access test and take action with Benchmark Carbon today! 🌍🌱🚢


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