Shore Power for Ocean-going Vessels

This page reviewed August 20, 2019

2017 Advisory

The 2017 Advisory informs affected vessel fleets and terminal operators as to how Air Resources Board (ARB) will proceed with enforcement of the Airborne Toxic Control Measure for Auxiliary Diesel Engines Operated on Ocean Going Vessels At-Berth in a California Port (At Berth Regulation), beginning January 1, 2017.   As specified in the Advisory, ARB will offer six possible scenarios, which may apply on a case-by-case basis, with the objective of providing flexibility to fleets that have equipped their vessels to use shore power or contracted to use an alternative control technology to comply with the At-Berth Regulation.  Fleets are expected to make every effort to reduce emissions to meet the requirements of the At-Berth Regulation.  The advisory is available in the "Forms and Tools" section of this website, and is also linked below.

Documents:

Forms:

Visit Information Spreadsheets:


Fleet Forms (Reduced Onboard Power Generation Option):

The visit information spreadsheet, emergency event form, and delayed visit form can all be used to assist fleets with their recordkeeping requirements. The spreadsheet can also be as the input to the optional compliance tool.

Visit Information Spreadsheet:


Emergency Event:


Delayed Visit:


Compliance Statements for ROPG Option:


Staff developed the optional compliance tool to assist fleets in complying with the reporting requirements for the Reduced Onboard Power Generation Option.

Optional Compliance Tool for ROPG Option:


The following sample calculations details three simplified scenarios to demonstrate how compliance is calculated.

Sample Calculations:

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Fleet Forms (Equivalent Emissions Reduction Option):

Fleet Forms for the Equivalent Emissions Reduction (EER) Option is available below.

Compliance Statements for EER Option:



Submittal and Contact Information

Forms may be submitted either by hard copy or electronically.

To submit a hard copy by mail

  • California Air Resources Board
    Transportation and Toxics Division
    Freight Activity Branch,
    Marine Strategies Section
    P.O Box 2815
    Sacramento, CA 95812

To submit an electronic copy

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