Technical Resources for Ports
Assessments and Strategies
This document describes the latest, state-of-the-science methodologies for preparing a port-related emissions inventory for the following mobile source sectors: ocean-going vessels, harbor craft, recreational marine, cargo handling equipment, onroad vehicles, and rail. The document may be used for regulatory, voluntary, and research purposes.
This assessment reviews the availability of shore power at ports, characterizes the technical and operational aspects of shore power systems, and presents a new methodology for estimating emission reductions from shore power systems for vessels docked and connected to shore power.
- his national scale assessment examines current and future emissions in port areas; explores available strategies to reduce emissions from port-related vehicles; and provides an assessment tool for state and local governments, ports and port operators, Tribes, communities, and other stakeholders.
- Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy
This case history provides an overview of the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy goals, progress toward meeting performance targets and outcomes that have reduced emissions and improved air quality in the Port of Seattle, Port of Tacoma, and Port Metro Vancouver, Canada.
- EPA Partnership with Port Everglades
This partnership seeks to develop baseline and future year emission inventories and to evaluate various effective technology and operational strategy scenarios for seaports.
- Verified Technologies
View EPA-verified technologies and retrofit technologies that save fuel and reduce emissions.