Nov 24, 2022 | Marine electronics & digitalisation news

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Alfa Laval subsidiary maritime software provider StormGeo is giving away its new Carbon Footprint Dashboard as a ‘green gift’ to customers of the s-Insight fleet performance management solution.

Espen Martinsen, VP Sales Shipping, StormGeo, said: “Decarbonisation is a top priority for StormGeo, and we want to help as many companies as possible reduce fuel consumption and cut greenhouse gas emissions. Our new Carbon Footprint Dashboard helps shipping companies focus on the decarbonisation metrics that matter, providing deep insights into how much CO2 their shipping activities emit into the atmosphere.”

The Carbon Footprint Dashboard provides a single source of all CO2 emissions data, giving access to graphs and diagrams that visualise critical emission indicators for fleets, vessel subgroups, and individual vessels. These insights are available to all end-users, helping to ensure transparency and improve collaboration on decarbonisation initiatives across organisational departments. The Carbon Footprint Dashboard is the third decarbonization solution released by the Norwegian company in 2022, following the CII Dashboard and the CII Simulator, and the last in a line of products and services helping to save fuel consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Martinsen said: “StormGeo has a long history of helping shipping companies decarbonise its operations. Over the last decades, our services have significantly helped shipping companies improve their environmental performance. In 2021 alone, StormGeo helped our clients save approximately 2.6mn MT of fuel, averting 7.9m MT of CO2 from ending up in the atmosphere and ocean. The Carbon Footprint Dashboard is a welcome addition to this services suite.”

The Carbon Footprint Dashboard is available as part of the s-Insight fleet performance management solution that ensures vessel compliance and provides simple data reporting systems.

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