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  • WPCI - OPS -
    Act OPS calculation tool Manual Equipment and solutions Standardization Shipowners perspective FAQ Glossary Links Ports Standardization organizations Governmental organizations Sector organizations Non Governmental organizations Website initiators Website developers Contact Library Ports Standardization organizations Governmental organizations Sector organizations Non Governmental organizations Website initiators Website developers WPCI Links Website developers Website developers CE Delft website content The content of this website has been composed by CE Delft CE Delft is an independent

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  • WPCI - OPS - Contact
    Terminal selection Co operation Legal analysis E U policy U S policy Stepwise approach Step 1 Plan Step 2 Do Step 3 Check Step 4 Act OPS calculation tool Manual Equipment and solutions Standardization Shipowners perspective FAQ Glossary Links Ports Standardization organizations Governmental organizations Sector organizations Non Governmental organizations Website initiators Website developers Contact Library WPCI Contact For questions comments or suggestions please fill out the form below Your reaction

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  • WPCI - OPS - Library
    2008 TNO Milieueffecten van de invoering van walstroom voor zeeschepen riviercruisschepen en binnenvaartschepen in de haven van Amsterdam 2008 Study of the Feasability of Shore Side Power Supply for the Ports of the Haneatic City of Bremen 2009 Royal Haskoning Haalbaarheidsstudie Walstroom voor Cruiseschepen Havenbedrijf Rotterdam 2007 Port of Rotterdam Authority Alternative Maritime Power in the Port of Rotterdam 2006 Holland Marine Equipment Shore Connected Power for the ferry Ro Ro vessels in the port of Rotterdam 2008 Research Mariterm shore side electricity for ships in ports Environ Cold ironing cost effectiveness study 2004 ENTEC Shoreside Electricity 2005 Milieu Natuur Planbureau Effectiveness of international emission control measures for the North Sea shipping on Dutch air quality 2007 ABB Master thesis shore side power supply 2008 PRC Tourist facilities in ports The economic factor 2009 PRC Tourist facilities in ports Growth opportunities for the European maritime economy economic and environmentally sustainable development of tourist facilities in ports 2009 PRC Tourist facilities in port The environment factor 2009 PlanBureau voor de leefomgeving Factsheet Walstroom Zeeschepen 2006 ENTEC costs and effects of NOx abatement techniques 2005 ENTEC costs and effects of SOx abatement techniques 2005 DGMR Acoustic Investigation Ceres Terminal Amsterdam 2010 WPCI Results from the questionnaire on Onshore Power Supply 2010 AEA Technology Environment Damages per tonne emission of PM2 5 NH3 SO2 NOx and VOCs from each EU25 Member State excluding Cyprus and surrounding seas Articles presentations brochures AAPA Use of Shore side Power for Ocean going Vessels 2007 C40 WPCI Guidence document Onshore Power Supply 2008 Landstormversorgung von Kreuzfarthschiffen 2009 Bunkerspot Cold ironing hot topic 2006 Greenport Journal Antwerp launches unique trail project with shore power for seagoing ships 2009 SAM Electronics We Are Connecting Ships With Onshore Power Supply 2009 Nothern Maritime University Ship emissions in harbours Shore side

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  • WPCI - OPS - Nieuws
    Color Line ships are the first large vessels in Norway to convert to onshore electrical power For more information click here Back to Home OPS tax exemption under discussion 21 02 2011 In the context of the revision of the EU Directive on energy and electricity taxation 2003 96 EC the introduction of a tax exemption for the electricity provided to seagoing vessels through Onshore Power Supply OPS systems is under discussion ESPO and ECSA indicate in their position paper on the fiscal treatment of OPS that the competitive position for onshore power supply against the burning of bunker fuels in on board engines is negatively impacted by the fact that fuels used in maritime transport are not subject to excise duties The Commission recommend OPS as a solution that should be considered in Member States The Commission is now studying how to address the tax treatment of OPS Commissioner Šemeta stated that it too early to give an indication of the content of the possible proposal Back to Home New Gothenburg OPS facility 26 01 2011 This week a further step was taken towards cleaner shipping in Gothenburg Stena Line inaugurates a completely new onshore power supply facility including a frequency transformer for the company s ferries operating between Sweden and Germany In total one in three vessels that put into the Port of Gothenburg can now turn off their diesel engines at the quayside and instead use green Onshore Power Supply OPS Gothenburg is a living port city and shipping is part of the city s soul It is a matter of ensuring that the highly important ferry traffic is as optimal as possible in environmental terms especially close to the city centre Connecting the vessels to onshore power supply is a forceful measure to reduce emissions and noise states Magnus Kårestedt chief executive of the Port of Gothenburg The new Onshore Power Supply facility which has been developed by ABB is the result of a joint investment initiative by Stena Line and the Port of Gothenburg With the commissioning of the new facility all Stena Line s five passenger and freight ferries will be connected to onshore power supply when at berth In total one in three vessels that put into Gothenburg can use this technology a unique figure in international terms New technology that can be spread to other ports What is unique about the new facility is that it transforms 50 hertz the standard frequency for alternating current in Europe to 60 hertz which is the system frequency used on the majority of vessels In many parts of the world preparations are under way to make the ports more eco friendly through the use of Onshore Power Supply A key part of this process is producing a joint international standard for connections and in this respect the new facility at the Port of Gothenburg could act as a role model Preliminary study aimed at connecting more vessels At present it is passenger and freight carriers

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  • WPCI - OPS - Sitemap
    Step 3 Check Step 4 Act OPS calculation tool Manual Equipment and solutions Standardization Shipowners perspective FAQ Glossary Links Ports Standardization organizations Governmental organizations Sector organizations Non Governmental organizations Website initiators Website developers Contact Library WPCI Sitemap Site Map Home What is OPS Power Generation Voltage and Frequency Environment health Why do it Climate Air quality Noise and vibration Other techniques Emission calculation OPS installed Ports using OPS Antwerp Gothenburg

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  • WPCI - OPS -
    3 Check Step 4 Act OPS calculation tool Manual Equipment and solutions Standardization Shipowners perspective FAQ Glossary Links Ports Standardization organizations Governmental organizations Sector organizations Non Governmental organizations Website initiators Website developers Contact Library WPCI Partners Partners World Ports Climate Initiative WPCI Initiative to raise awareness in the port and maritime community of the need for action to reduce GHG emissions and improve air quality WPCI initiates studies strategies and

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  • WPCI - OPS -
    the website The WPCI disclaims any and all warranties express or implied as to the accuracy completeness or authenticity of the contents The WCPI therefore is not liable for inter alia the timeliness of the information or the use of such information and opinions which are provided herein or incorporated into it by reference The WCPI does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the websites to which it provides links nor is the organization responsible for the information they contain PRIVACY AND SECURITY WPCI Privacy Policy The World Ports Climate Initiative WPCI respects your privacy The following describes our Privacy Policy in relation to the information you submit via WPCI nl and onshorepwersupply org Personal Information We may request personal information when you submit comments or when you participate in a survey This personal information may include your name email address phone number street address etc WPCI or its affiliated organizations do not sell trade or rent your personal information to anyone or disclose personal information except When the purpose and manner of the disclosure has been disclosed to you prior to your providing the information When disclosure is required by law Cookies Cookies are small files which can be placed on your computer by web servers when you visit certain sites These files may contain information such as IDs and passwords personal information or preferences During your visit the server can access these files to help personalize pages WPCI does not set cookies from any page in any domain they control If you are concerned about privacy you may set up your browser not to accept cookies or you can delete them from your hard drive once you leave the section By using the WPCI nl and onshorepowersupply org website you consent to the collection and use of

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  • WPCI - OPS - EN Page Not Found
    engines at berth When berthed ships require electricity to support activities like loading unloading heating and lighting and other onboard activities What is OPS Step 2 Do 1 Select the vessel fleet shipping line with the greatest cost effectiveness and environmental benefits 2 Choose the appropriate technical solution 3 If possible purchase energy produced from a renewable energy source to achieve a maximum environmental net benefit Step 2 Do FAQ What is the difference between low and high voltage systems Low voltage systems use multiple cables making it more labour intensive to hook vessels up to the grid The position of the voltage transformer may also differ depending on the system being located on the quay or on the vessel itself FAQ Stepwise approach Implementation of OPS requires input of plenty of detailed local data from the various stakeholders mentioned above and careful planning and study Feasibility study There are many examples of feasibility studies being undertaken prior to implementation of an OPS project Stepwise approach U S policy Fuel quality requirements In the coming years fuel quality guidelines are set to become stricter With the introduction of a maximum of 0 1 S for fuel used at berth in

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