Supporting solutions for enhancing the Sustainability Platform, extensions for shipping, ports and financial institutions
Platform Extensions for the financial, shipping- and port industry
Our Sustainability Platform has a collection of separate but integrated solutions for all things environmental. The goal is to help organisations improve their operations while decreasing their environmental footprint.
Sustainable value chain
Measure and transparently disclose financed emissions in accordance with the PCAF standard (Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials) to understand the climate impact of your organization's lending and investment activities. Analyze and assign a performance score to your portfolio.
Sustainable finance refers to the process of taking environmental, social and governance considerations into account when making investment decisions in the financial sector, leading to more long-term investments in sustainable economic activities and projects. Built on the Platform the Sustainable Finance built-on extension enable financial sector to collect reliable and transparent data on their investments and loans. It provides the user with a sustainability score on each project and overview over the overall portfolio. Framework used is PCAF (Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials) and Nasdaq guidelines on ESG.
LogCentral is the maritime industry's all-in-one solution for onboard digital record-keeping and monitoring vessel environmental sustainability at sea and on shore.
The Sustainable Shipping extension LogCentral is comprised of two connected solutions, one for the vessel which holds a large number of electronic record books, activity overviews and management tools and the other for the shoreside personnel for remotely monitoring onboard record book logging.
Built on the Platform the Sustainable Port acts as a platform for ports to get full overview over MARPOL Annex I-VI data from ships arriving port, distribute the information to the relevant organizations and use them as a driver for improvements.
Ports and harbours are faced with an increasingly complex task of monitoring and reporting pollutant emission of ships arriving ports. The port state authorities have very limited sources to follow up on compliancy and are coming to the realization that without robust technology and software tool to collect data on actual emission from vessels and provide green clearance it is difficult for ports and authorities to assess opportunities for emission reduction and to quantify reductions over time.