This white paper examines best practices and recommended approaches to develop decarbonisation roadmaps of container terminals operations. It considers both Scope 1 (direct) and 2 (indirect from generation of purchased electricity) emissions of the terminal operator’s terminal equipment.
It also touches upon additional ways to tackle decarbonisation of other processes in container terminals such as implementation of shore power and improving energy efficiency, though these are not the main elements of this paper.
This paper is a follow up to the earlier Kalmar and Rebel White Paper titled ‘Designing future-proof container terminals’ and uses the design philosophy laid out in the earlier paper to analyse multiple decarbonisation roadmap scenarios through a structured evaluation which leverages both technology and data to the maximum, including the use of simulations, modelling and detailed business case analysis.
Christopher Saavedra, Senior Manager Terminal Design Services, Kalmar
Verneri Koiranen, Specialist Terminal Design Services, Kalmar
Wim Welvaarts, Director Rebel Ports and Logistics
Dries van den Broek, Director Rebel Ports and Logistics
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