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Verifavia shipping receives first accreditation as a full global independent EU MRV Verifier

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[...] Commenting on the accreditation, Julien Dufour, CEO, Verifavia Shipping, said: “We are proud to have earned this recognition by UKAS, which cements our position as the leading independent EU MRV verifier and one of the few accredited to offer both monitoring plan assessments and verification of emissions reports on a global basis. With many years of experience verifying aviation emissions, Verifavia has been actively involved in supporting the European Commission to shape the MRV legislation. Our team of knowledgeable MRV auditors has expanded greatly since the MRV regulation came into force, and we now have technical experts from across the world, ready to work hand in hand with ship owners and operators to help them successfully navigate the requirements of the regulation, and achieve compliance in a timely and cost-effective manner.”

To obtain accreditation as an independent verification body, Verifavia had to adequately demonstrate its capabilities in providing EU MRV verification services. Moreover, the company had to undergo a rigorous assessment process with UKAS, which assessed its competence, impartiality, and performance capability.

Nikolas Theodorou, managing director, Verifavia Shipping (Hellas) added: “Having successfully completed the accreditation process, we are excited to be able to increase the scope of our existing service offering. By combining our innovative approach and streamlined procedures with the technical expertise and industry knowledge of our team, Verifavia provides a highly competitive service that ensures our customers have a smooth EU MRV verification experience. [...]


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