The maritime industry is responsible for producing 3% of all global CO2 emissions. As such we believe the agreements reached by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference must include the efforts of the IMO and Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions regulatory framework guidelines.
The initial strategy set to reduce CO2 emissions per voyage by at least 40% by 2030, increasing to 70% by 2050, compared to 2008 baseline.
In 2006, the IMO initiated E-navigation, which is defined as the harmonised collection, integration, exchange, presentation, and analysis of marine information on board and ashore by electronic means. They followed this by taking an important step towards addressing the shipping industry’s carbon footprint with the goal of significantly reducing the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
of shipowners agree that net zero-emission vessels are needed
average ship age
reduction by 2030
Since our conception in 2019, Chord X has been committed to developing and providing innovative solutions that help ship owners and operators reach the industry’s decarbonisation goals. As a key supporter of innovation and collaboration, we continuously seek out ways where we can help our customers achieve sustainable shipping.
We develop and innovate solutions that help reduce maritime emissions.
We partner with customers to develop solutions towards sustainable shipping.
Our ambition is to drive digital decarbonisation from maritime towards other sectors.
The maritime industry is at a pivotal moment in history, one where we can change our impact on the environment for the better.
At Chord X, we are committed to developing technologies and solutions needed to not only decarbonise the industry but to implement sustainable solutions for all stakeholders. As one of the oldest and most influential industries, it is our responsibility to ensure its evolution and sustainability for the next generation.