SyndeSeas Integrated Solution - Tackling man-made Climate Change through shipping


Tackling man-made Climate Change and its adverse effects to our everyday lives, has become a Global priority. It is a fact that 90% of world’s trade is carried by sea, and shipping is responsible for 2.5% of global GHG emissions, emitting 1000 million tonnes of CO2 annually.

Shipping CO2 emissions are predicted to increase between 50%-250% by 2050. Unless we act efficiently, and fast…

The Shipping Sector’s response to the ongoing global efforts, comes in the form of a new global strategy: Two new regulations on Shipping Fuel Consumption and GHG Emissions Monitoring, Reporting and Verification are coming into force. The EU Shipping Emissions MRV Regulation (2018) and the IMO Fuel Consumption Data Collection System (2019).

SyndeSeas, a start-up from Cyprus, has created an integrated tool aiming to facilitate and enhance the Shipping Sector’s contribution towards tackling Climate Change.

SyndeSeas Integrated Solution, is an integrated software for Shipping Fuel Consumption and subsequent GHG emissions monitoring, reporting and verification, serving all regulatory requirements and all involved parties needs at the same time, making compliance easy for all.

Most importantly?

It provides a unique platform for facilitating and at the same time enhancing the effectiveness of the overall regulatory process, in order to produce faster and more accurate results, leading to significantly bigger positive impact.

Following the team's participation in the Ideas from Europe competition, SyndeSeas has a chance to make it to the finals of this competition, through public voting.

We can all support for this Cypriot Team, by simply visiting:
and Voting for: Michalis Agapiou – Novelseas (Cyprus)

Every vote counts!
Let’s send Cyprus to the EU Finals!

Care to know more about SyndeSeas?

Just visit below link and go through the co-Founders interview at Maravilhosa:


SyndeSeas Promotional Video:

SyndeSeas Pitch as Ideas from Europe:

Source: SyndeSeas



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