CO2 emission reductions in international shipping: container ships

This statistic shows the estimated CO2 emission reduction rate for new builds of container ships between 2013 and 2050. In 2015, it is estimated that new builds of container ships will emit an average of 18 percent less CO2.

Projected CO2 emission reduction rate for new builds of container ships between 2013 and 2050*

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Source

Release date

October 2011

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2010

Supplementary notes

* EEDI = Energy Efficiency Design Index. The reduction potential of the technologies described in this study is the relative reduction of the average EEDI of future new builds compared to the average EEDI of the present fleet. The objective is to identify the EEDI limit required to achieve these reduction percentages.

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