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SSI联手CBS Maritime制定船用燃油可持续标准

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SSI联手CBS Maritime制定船用燃油可持续标准
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来源:Offshore Energy 2020-09-02

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        可持续航运倡议组织(Sustainable Shipping Initiative,下文简称SSI)和哥本哈根商学院海事部(Copenhagen Business School Maritime,下称CBS Maritime)将联手制定替代燃料的可持续标准,推动航运业脱碳和碳认证。
 
        目前,业内尚无针对船用燃料油的可持续标准或相关的碳认证体系。
 
        在相关标准制定完成后,SSI和CBS Maritime会利用这些标准评估为零排放航运而研制的替代燃料。
 
        这些标准也有望对海事和能源领域的脱碳方案产生影响。
 
        SSI未来计划与认证机构开展合作,加快船用燃料油的可持续标准和认证体系的发展。
 
        这次合作隶属于绿色航运计划(Green Shipping Project),该计划是由CBS Maritime和位于温哥华的不列颠哥伦比亚大学尚德商学院运输研究中心联合开展的国际研究合作项目。
 
        绿色航运计划开始于2017年,共有18所大学、19个政府机构、行业机构、非政府组织参与。它主要聚焦于五个研究领域:贸易和物流;绿色港口;创新;利益相关者;价值链。
 
        SSI的执行董事安德鲁·斯蒂芬斯(Andrew Stephens)表示:“目前,针对航运脱碳燃料的可持续性问题,我们既不清楚也没有共识,更没有评估燃油可持续性的标准。这次制定标准将有助于解决争议,并最终为零排放航运提供最优解。”
 
       (本文版权归国际海事信息网所有,图片版权归原作者,转载请注明出处。)
 
SSI, CBS Maritime to define sustainability criteria for marine fuels
 
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) Maritime have set up a new partnership with the aim of defining the sustainability criteria of the alternative fuels under consideration for shipping’s decarbonisation and their certification.
 
As explained, no sustainability standard nor related certification scheme currently exists for marine fuels.
 
Once developed, SSI and CBS Maritime’s partnership will apply these criteria to assess the alternative fuels currently being explored for zero-emission shipping.
 
The criteria are also expected to be fed into a number of decarbonisation initiatives across the maritime and energy sectors. 
 
SSI plans to subsequently engage with certification bodies to facilitate the development of a sustainability standard or certification scheme for marine fuels.
 
The collaboration is carried out under the Green Shipping Project, an international research partnership managed jointly by CBS Maritime and the Centre for Transportation Studies at the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) Sauder School of Business in Vancouver.
 
The project was launched in 2017 and is a collaboration of 18 universities and 19 government, industry, and NGO partners. It is focused on five areas of research: Trade and Logistics; Green Ports; Innovation; Stakeholders; and Value Chains.
 
“Today, we have no clarity nor consensus on the sustainability issues surrounding the fuels being explored for shipping’s decarbonisation, and the criteria to assess their sustainability remain undefined. This work will contribute to this debate and ultimately, inform the selection of one or more winning options for zero-emission shipping,” Andrew Stephens, Executive Director at SSI said.

来源:simic