IACCSEA – enabling the transition to cleaner shipping
Ever since its formation in 2011, the International Association for Catalytic Control of Ship Emissions to Air (IACCSEA) has had a primary focus of demonstrating the technological and economic viability of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology capable of reducing NOx emissions from marine engines.
We do this by:
- Sharing objective and factual technical information
We leverage our collective industry expertise and networks to gather and disseminate objective and factual technical information on marine catalytic emission control technologies (including costs and benefits) and promote awareness of SCR, including latest developments.
- Contributing to industry groups and forums, and regulatory discussions
We use our voice to primarily inform regulators and the shipping community that proposed regulations for reducing NOx from shipping can be met through commercially available catalytic after treatment technology.
- Working with others in the shipping community
We work closely with other stakeholders in the continued development and implementation of strategies that lead to cleaner shipping and raises awareness of the benefits of SCR among stakeholder groups and in the regulatory arena.