Meeting the EEDI challenge

Wärtsilä Ship Design’s latest family of container feeders have been designed to meet the EEDI Phase 3, even though this will not become mandatory until 2025

An important part of MARPOL Annex VI, focusing mainly on propulsion systems, but impacting on the whole ship design, is the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI). Bill Thomson examines approaches to compliance and how the index is being honed as the next phases loom.

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