Useful tools for developer and fleet operators
Emission Reduction Roadmap
This report sets out the conclusions of an emissions reduction roadmap exercise, completed to identify the technologies available and applicable to meet the environmental goals set out in the PLA’s Air Quality Strategy for the tidal Thames. The roadmap for Thames inland vessels will benefit operators, the PLA and all other stakeholders, offering direction in reaching current and potential future emission targets.
Best Practice Guidance for Inland Fleet Operators
A guidance seeks to outline and deliver the best practice for inland fleets operating in the River Thames across 5 areas; Technology, Fuel, Design and Maintenance, Operation and Funding
opportunities. Information and evidence on how changing small part of the operation could improve air emissions, reduce fuel consumptions and save money can be found in this guidance.
Use of the Thames handbook
In the work towards the strategy and the consultation stakeholders told us that they wanted better guidance as to how to improve air quality from projects along the river, which freight and passengers by river can help to do, while reducing the emissions from marine sources. As such both the guidance for operators and that for developers have been produced in the first year of the strategy.
Ship-to-shore power connection cost benefit tool
A cost-benefit appraisal tool which quantifies the payback period for upfront investment of ship-to-shore power infrastructure.
Please note that this tool should be used on an indicative basis only. It is reliant on data inputs and assumptions that are not guaranteed to be correct and the model is not subjected to routine updates.
Last updated: August 2019, download the Excel document here.
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