Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS managed to reduce ferry CO2 emission intensity by 4% in the third quarter of this year thanks to several decarbonization measures being implemented.
As informed, CO2 emissions per GT nautical mile decreased across the entire route network, including both owned and chartered vessels.
The company’s own fleet emissions dropped by 2.4% to 12 gCO2 per GT NM from 12.3 gCO2 per GT NM in Q3 2022.
What is more, emissions from the entire route network decreased by 3.9% to 12.2 gCO2 per GT NM from 12.7 gCO2 per GT NM in Q3 2022.
According to DFDS, short-term emission reductions were achieved by incremental fleet upgrades, including coating hulls with silicone-based antifouling paints and hull modifications.
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