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18 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 09:44 GMT+2

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The North Tyrrhenian AdSP presented its environmental and energy strategies

In the port of Livorno, 217 thousand are issued annually tons of carbon dioxide

The tons of carbon dioxide emitted each year in the areas managed by the Port Authority of the Port Authority of the North Tyrrhenian Sea are 241,867, of which 217,159 tons in the port of Livorno alone, 15,208 tonnes in the port of Piombino and 9,286 tons in the ports of the Island of Elba of Portoferraio, Riomarina and Cable. This was announced by the AdSP at an event online held on Tuesday to present environmental strategies port authority and explain its Own Document Energy and Environmental Planning (DEASP) which has the goal environmental and energy improvement as one of the most competitiveness factors of ports.

In the port of Livorno, 87.9% of CO2 emissions produced by shipping traffic, 10% from ground and ground activities 2.1% from land traffic. With regard to the distribution 78.6% is produced in the sector trade in freight traffic, 13.3% in the goods 7.4% from port services and 0.7% from port services Institutions. As regards the conduct of the activities moving goods on the ground, diesel is still the carrier most used energy.

"In light of the current picture of CO2 emissions ports- explained the adSP executive responsible for the DEASP, Claudio Vanni - it is now possible to both predict emission reduction targets that meet the targets monitoring their progress over time, both identifying specific objectives for each port of the system, defining actions infrastructure and incentive measures aimed at improving energy-environmental management of activities.'

With a view to improving the environmental performance of The AdSP is considering the possibilities of boosting electricity consumption by using possibly a generation of local energy from sources Renewable. The institution's commitment is therefore now in the implementation of feasibility studies and insights adapting port power grids to the future consumption needs, especially in Piombino and Livorno, and assess the possibility of providing electricity to ferries that are stationed at night and Portoferraio. Infrastructure so rethought could allow us to take advantage of innovative management modes recently introduced European and national regulations, such as purchasing, closed distribution systems and communities Energy. "We don't invent anything new -- he specified Vanni -- what we want to do in the port area is allow the supply of low-cost electricity produced from renewable sources.'

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