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shorepower -- Forms for the At-Berth Regulation Advisory are now available

Posted: 20 Feb 2014 16:02:32
Forms for the At-Berth Regulation Advisory have been posted to
the Shore Power website. As specified in the December 2013
Regulatory Advisory, fleets need to notify ARB of their intention
to qualify for temporary relief under each scenario they intend
to use. Fleets also need to provide evidence that they have made
a good faith effort to comply with the At-Berth Regulation. To do
this, fleets must complete the "December 2013 Regulatory Advisory
Notification" form and return it by March 21, 2014. In addition,
fleets are required to provide verification of their claims. To
do this, fleets must complete the separate “December 2013
Regulatory Advisory Reporting Form.” 

To download the forms, please visit the “Forms and Tools” section
of the Shore Power website

We will host an information webinar on March 6, 2014 to discuss
these forms.  Please visit the shore power website to register
for the webinar.

If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact
Jonathan Foster, Air Resources Engineer, at (916) 327-1512 or

In December 2007, the Air Resources Board approved the At-Berth
(Shorepower) regulation. The purpose of the regulation is to
reduce emissions from diesel auxiliary engines on container
ships, passenger ships, and refrigerated-cargo ships while
berthing at a California Port. The regulation provides two
options to reduce at-berth emissions: 1) turn off auxiliary
engines and connect the vessel to some other source of power; or
2) use alternative control technique(s) that achieve equivalent
emission reductions.

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