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Title Trends and challenges in maritime energy management / Aykut I. Olcer, Momoko Kitada, Dimitrios Dalaklis, Fabio Ballini editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]

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Series WMU studies in maritime affairs ; Volume 6.
WMU studies in maritime affairs ; 6.
Subject Marine engineering -- Environmental aspects.
Shipping -- Environmental aspects.
Ships -- Environmental aspects.
Ships -- Energy conservation.
Green technology -- Technological innovations.
Alt Name Ölçer, Aykut I.,
Kitada, Momoko,
Dalaklis, Dimitrios,
Ballini, Fabio,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Vendor-supplied metadata.
Contents Intro; Foreword; The World Maritime University and Maritime Energy Management; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction to Maritime Energy Management; 1 Environmental Protection; 2 IMO Response and Drivers; 3 Technical and Operational Measures; 4 Barriers and Trade-Off; 5 Motivation and Layout of the Book; References; Part I: Regulations: Challenges and Opportunities; MARPOL Energy Efficiency: Verging on Legal Inefficiency?; 1 Introduction; 2 Historical Background; 3 Energy Efficiency Measures Under MARPOL; 3.1 What Is EEDI?; 3.2 What Is SEEMP?; 4 General Legal Analysis.
4.1 Meaning of Energy Efficiency4.2 Legal Nature of EEDI and SEEMP; 4.3 Effectiveness of EEDI and SEEMP; 4.4 Enforceability of EEDI and SEEMP; 5 EEDI and SEEMP in Private Maritime Transactions; 5.1 Charterers Rights; 5.2 Ship Buyers Rights; 6 Conclusion; References; Further Reading; Analyzing Approaches to Set Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets in Anticipation of Potential ̀̀Further Measures for Internation ... ; 1 Introduction; 2 Consideration on Types of Targets; 2.1 Absolute Target and Intensity Target; 2.2 Characteristics of Absolute Target and Intensity Target.
2.3 Appropriate Type of Target for International Shipping3 Analysis on Approaches to Set GHG Reduction Target; 3.1 Three Potential Approaches for Target-Setting; 3.2 Preliminary Assessment of Potential Approaches for Target-Setting; 3.3 Issues Regarding ̀̀Further Measures; 4 Conclusion; References; An Analysis of Non-conformities with the Objective of Improving Ship Energy Efficiency: Case Studies of Turkish Shipping Compa ... ; 1 Introduction; 2 SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Programme); 3 Method; 3.1 Assessment of Research Findings; 3.2 Analysis of Root Causes to the Findings.
3.3 Investigation of Findings Affecting Ship Energy Consumption4 Conclusion and Recommendations; References; Real Time Awareness for MRV Data; 1 Introduction; 2 MRV and the Shipping Industry; 3 Real Time Decision (RTD); 4 Stream Reasoning Technology; 5 Proposed Real Time Framework; 6 Conclusions; References; Further Reading; Overcoming the Challenges to Maritime Energy Efficiency in the Caribbean; 1 Introduction; 2 Summary of Key Literature; 3 Methodology; 4 The Barriers to Energy Efficiency in the Caribbean; 4.1 Inadequacy of Existing Legal and Institutional Framework.
4.1.1 Regulatory Control4.1.2 Maritime Administration; 4.1.3 Response of International Organizations; 4.2 Absence of Market Based Measures; 4.3 Inadequate Baseline Data; 4.4 Insufficient Technology Transfer; 5 Opportunities for Overcoming the Barriers to Energy Efficiency in the Caribbean; 5.1 Enabling Environment to Facilitate Uptake of Energy Efficient Measures in Shipping; 5.1.1 Enhancing the Reach of Existing Institutional Actors; 5.2 Financial Incentives for Efficient Fuel Operations.
Summary This book provides an overview of contemporary trends and challenges in maritime energy management (MEM). Coordinated action is necessary to achieve a low carbon and energy-efficient maritime future, and MEM is the prevailing framework aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions resulting from maritime industry activities. The book familiarizes readers with the status quo in the field, and paves the way for finding solutions to perceived challenges. The 34 contributions cover six important aspects: regulatory framework; energy-efficient ship design; energy efficient ship and port operation; economic and social dimensions; alternative fuels and wind-assisted ship propulsion; and marine renewable energy. This pioneering work is intended for researchers and academics as well as practitioners and policymakers involved in this important field.-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9783319745763 (electronic bk.)
331974576X (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-74576-3
OCLC # 1034724300
Additional Format Print version: Trends and challenges in maritime energy management. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018] 3319745751 9783319745756 (OCoLC)1017576653.

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