New solutions needed for bulk carriers to face ‘challenging’ EEDI

Innovative concepts exist to help bulk carriers meet EEDI Phase 3 (Image: Wärtsilä/Oshima)

EEDI reductions for bulk carriers scheduled to be implemented under IMO’s EEDI requirements for newbuilding bulk carrier and tankers from 2025 under EEDI phase 3 “can mostly be met without major changes to the designs,” believes Johnny Kackur, business development manager at Wärtsilä Marine Solutions.

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