The CII Simulator estimates potential shipping voyage emissions using factors such as DG usage profile, vessel type, speed and fuel used. By simulating the vessel behavior over the trading days, it identifies the vessel CII and alternative efficient and low-emission options.
The tool can help you understand how your vessel operations affect the emissions and CII rating. By optimizing operations for lower emissions, you can also reduce fuel consumption and save on fuel costs.
With increasing regulations on greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping industry, our CII simulator can help you stay ahead of regulatory requirements and avoid penalties. Enhancing your reputation as a socially responsible and sustainable shipping company can attract environmentally conscious customers and partners.
How to measure and simulate the Co2
The CII Simulator allows you to evaluate the impact of different energy efficiency measures and operational profiles on a vessel’s CII rating. You can compute and project the impact of CII ratings based on modifiable parameters.
Example of input data:
- Average time at sea for a standard voyage
- Average port stay for a standard voyage
- Available trading days to be considered
- Average sailing speed
- Fuel type
- DG usage profile
- Percentages of distance sailed on each fuel
- Percentages of time in port on each fuel
- Level of uncertainty
- Sea Margin
- Fuel type
- Share of biofuel
- Days for idling and working
- Fuel consumption
- Desired CII after the next voyage
- Understand current CII status
- Predict year-end CII levels
- Assess the impact of upcoming voyages and port stays on CII rating
- Evaluate the impact of operational changes and energy-saving actions (e.g. slow-steaming, hull cleaning, energy-saving devices) on CII rating
- Emissions reduction
- Cost savings
- Evaluate CII compliance status
- Reveal the impact of commercial parameters on CII rating
- Assess environmental performance