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MTCC-Asia disseminated Pilot Project results (2).

Under the collaboration of Shanghai Maritime Pilot’s Association, MTCC-Asia disseminated two pilot project’s result to seafarers on ships via Shanghai Port pilots. Two pilot projects, i.e. Uptake of ship energy efficient technologies and operations (PP EE) and Ship fuel oil consumption data collection and reporting (PP DC), are one of the most important components enshrined in the IMO-EU Joint Project: Capacity Building for Climate Mitigation in the Maritime Shipping Industry. The overall purpose of implementing PP EE determined by MTCC-Asia is included to promote the awareness of implementing the mandatory requirements on ship technical and operational measures for the uptake of energy efficiency and facilitate the ships to effectively implement the mandatory requirements on ship technical and operational measures for the uptake of energy efficiency. More…… 31/12/2019

MTCC-Asia disseminated Pilot Project results (1).

Two pilot projects, i.e. Uptake of ship energy efficient technologies and operations (PP EE) and Ship fuel oil consumption data collection and reporting (PP DC), are one of the most important components enshrined in the IMO-EU Joint Project: Capacity Building for Climate Mitigation in the Maritime Shipping Industry. The overall purpose of implementing PP EE determined by MTCC-Asia is to promote the awareness of implementing the mandatory requirements on ship technical and operational measures for the uptake of energy efficiency, validate the availability and reliability of the machine learning method to determine the ship optimum trim, and facilitate the ships to effectively implement the mandatory requirements on ship technical and operational measures for the uptake of energy efficiency. More…… 24/12/2019

MTCC-Asia held the Second Regional Workshop in Yangon, Myanmar.

MTCC-Asia funded by the European Union and implemented by the International Maritime Organization held Second Regional Workshop in Yangon, Myanmar (30 September-2 October). Over 60 participants from 15 countries in the Asian region attended the ceremony of the World Maritime Day and the workshop, including maritime and energy efficiency specialists. Jose Matheickat, Deputy Director of IMO Marine Environment Division, H.E.U Thant Sin Maung, Deputy Director of the Ministry of Transport of Myanmar, Soe Naing, Deputy Director of the Department of Marine Administration of Myanmar, Myat Lwin, President of Myanmar Maritime University, Jin Yongxing, Chairman of MTCC-Asia attended the ceremony. The Second Regional Workshop demonstrated the achievements made by MTCC-Asia in technology innovation, capacity building, regional outreach, exchange and communications during the past three years. It is a milestone for the development of MTCC-Asia to further promotion and transformation of achievements to Asian maritime countries. More…… 29/10/2019