Good planning and good communication with the customer helps to make the most efficient use of equipment or ships.
We can quantify how that cuts costs and emissions and you can also analyze what makes the most impact so you can take that lesson on into the next project.
Further efficiency can be achieved with software tools. For example, if you can plan your sailing route more efficiently, you can reduce your fuel consumption and thus emissions.
This software needs to be adopted widely by ports around the world, but also by shipping companies, in order to share enough information so that the entire chain will be able to benefit from it.
This needs to be built on trust and it’s up to the next generation to adopt it.
The next generation is much more concerned with the environment. As they enter the industry, they will also bring about more change. So, not only software needs to be widely accepted.
In fact, all solutions currently available to bring about the energy transition must be widely accepted. Let people experience it.
Let them try things because every step we can take is one. It will be 2050 before we know it.