Electric power for the ship’s hybrid propulsion system and hotel load is provided by gensets and solar panels. On the other hand, energy in the form of biogas is recovered from the waste treatment system and supplements the LNG fuel.
In turn, EOSEAS has a double skin construction allowing natural ventilation through much of the accommodation areas. There is also a water recycling plant on board and there is a rain water recovery provision from the upper decks.
As reported by Maritime Propulsion news site, the design claims to have met its objective of reducing green house gas (GHG) emissions by 50 per cent. In detail, the reductions are: power consumption 50 per cent, SO2 100 per cent, NOx 90 per cent, and particulates 100 per cent.