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Don’t let MRV lock your ships out of Europe

The EU MRV (Monitoring, Reporting, Verification) regulation is on the way to making an impact on your fleet. Without a verified EU MRV plan, you could find some of your vessels fined or even locked out of EU or EFTA harbors. To avoid this, ship-specific monitoring plans need to be submitted for verification by 31 August 2017. DNV GL is an independent maritime verifier with an easy process and modern tools to support you.

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Your EU MRV plan verification

Preparing a monitoring plan for each of your ships that fall under the regulation is the first step to compliance. The next is to submit that plan for verification by 31 August 2017. With DNV GL this couldn’t be easier - just click the button below and let us know which of your ships need a verified plan for EU MRV compliance.


MRV Monitoring Plan Generator app

MRV Monitoring Plan Generator app

This free My DNV GL application helps you to generate your MRV management plans. It is easy-to-use and with pre-filled technical information on your vessels it makes the whole process quick and convenient.

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Navigator Insight  - Voyage reporting and ship performance monitoring system

Navigator Insight - Voyage reporting and ship performance monitoring system

DNV GL – Software’s EU-MRV ready reporting solution - ensuring data quality for unique fleet performance analysis using the current ship-to-shore reporting processes. Navigator Insight allows for an easy and fast fleetwide implementation.

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What EU MRV is all about

On July 1, 2015, the EU MRV regulation (Monitoring, Reporting, Verification) entered into force. The regulation means that ship owners and operators must annually monitor, report and verify CO2 emissions for vessels in excess of 5,000 gross tonnage calling at any EU or EFTA (Norway and Iceland) port. Data collection takes place on a per voyage basis and starts 1 January, 2018.

The reported CO2 emissions, together with additional data, are to be verified by independent certified bodies like DNV GL and sent to a central database managed by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The aggregated ship emission and efficiency data will be published by the EC by June 30, 2019, and every consecutive year thereafter.

Get more in-depth information on the EU MRV regulation

We have put together all the information you need to know about the EU MRV regulation.

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