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The CII index measures a ship’s efficiency when it sails and can be affected by various things such as the power generated to keep temperatures low when transporting refrigerated foods or gas.
Proposed changes to the CII index could mean that those ships using power and fuel to keep temperatures down, will demonstrated reduced efficiency causing the CO2 accounts to look poor in comparison.
Such a change has implications that are ‘disproportionate’ for reefer shipping, argue several leading shipping organisations.
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