Showing posts with label Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marine Hybrid Propulsions Market. Show all posts


Unmanned Surface Vessels and Hybrid Propulsion will be the topics of a new European commercial marine conference taking place at Seawork on Wednesday 4 July.

Estimated at USD 470 million, the Unmanned Surface Vessels (USV) market is expected to reach around USD 1 billion by 2022 due to the ever-increasing need for maritime security, ocean mapping and data.
With Europe’s USV market set to grow at a higher rate than anywhere else globally, unmanned surface vessels are able to augment or even replace divers for salvage activities, port security, fish farms surveillance, bridge and dam monitoring and to aid research efforts.
The Seawork Commercial Marine Conference’s morning session will focus on USVs and will invite speakers from a range of industries, including Dr Katrina Kemp - Smart Ships & Automation Policy Officer at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, who will be discussing the government’s emerging vision for autonomous, smart shipping; Ifor Bielecki – Director of Sea-Kit, on the challenges of long range, long endurance USV operations; and Gordon Meadow – Associate Professor at Warsash School of Maritime and Science and Engineering, who will be discussing their collaborative research project with Rolls Royce developing the unmanned and partially autonomous operation of marine vessels.
Marine hybrid propulsion systems are yet another fast-emerging market, estimated to reach around USD 5,252 million by 2024. Already a preferred, clean propulsion system choice globally, hybrid technologies are increasingly being used in several vessel categories. With the ever-increasing need to reduce operating costs and minimise fuel consumption, together with growing environmental and legislative pressures to bring down emissions, more and more vessel operators are beginning to see the benefits of embracing hybrid propulsion.
The afternoon session of the Seawork Commercial Marine Conference will centre around the future of hybrid propulsion and will invite speakers including Anne Duncan – CEO at Ecospeed, who will discuss how hybrid and windfarm operations could offer a clean solution for the shipping industry; Tony Birr – Consultant at Goodchild Marine Services Limited, on new developments in hybrid pilot boats; Dr Christoph Ballin- Co-Founder and CEO of Torqeedo GmbH, who will discuss the marine sustainability revolution and how hybrid propulsion technologies could play a key part.
Both sessions will provide businesses across the commercial marine industry the opportunity to keep ahead of the curve with developments within this fast-paced sector.

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Jensen Maritime to design Baydelta’s first hybrid tractor tug; Rolls-Royce technology

Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm, was recently selected to provide the design for Baydelta Maritime’s new 100-foot, Z-Drive (azimuth thruster) hybrid tugboat. It will use Rolls-Royce hybrid technology and represents the first installation of a hybrid system for Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB), and the first hybrid tug designed by Jensen to enter the construction phase.

Scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2019, the tug will feature the same ship assist and tanker escort capabilities of existing Valor class harbor tugs, but with multiple operational modes. The Rolls-Royce hybrid system allows for the vessel to operate direct-diesel, diesel-electric or fully-electric while assisting the large containerships and tankers that operate in US West Coast ports.
This concept will save fuel and reduce emissions, while supplying Baydelta with the same power and vessel characteristics needed for their operations. The flexibility provided by the drive system will allow loitering and transit at up to 7-8 knots in electric-only mode, then a bollard pull of 90, or nine short tons, in combined diesel-electric mode.
The tug will be powered by two Caterpillar C3516 C Tier 3 diesel engines, each rated at 1995 kW at 1,600 rpm, supplied by Peterson Power of Portland, Ore.; and by two Rolls-Royce supplied 424 kW electric motors.The Z-drive system, two Rolls-Royce 255FP units, can accept power from the diesel engines, electric motors and from both power sources.
The electric motors are powered by three CAT C9.3 generators with 300 kW each, which are 480V three-phase at 1,800 rpm, and one harbor generator, a C7.1 150 kW 480V, three-phase at 1,800 rpm. All four generators will be supplied by Peterson Power.
The tug will have eight berths, and the major equipment on board will include a Rapp Marine electric hawser winch and a single drum tow winch. The tug is designed to carry up to 71,000 gallons of fuel and 4,300 gallons of fresh water. It will have a large pilot house providing all-around visibility; a deckhouse with an open feel; a large mess and lounge area; and accommodations for an eight-person crew.
The tugboat will be ABS Load Line classed and compliant with US Coast Guard regulations, as required at delivery.

Becker Marine Systems promotes LNG Hybrid Barge for use in Norway

Becker Marine Systems' LNG Hybrid Barge has already been tested at Port of Hamburg (Image: Becker Marine Systems)

Becker Marine Systems aims to offer its LNG Hybrid Barge technology to cruise operators sailing their ships into Norwegian ports and fjords.
The barge, which has already been successfully tested at the Port of Hamburg in Germany, would provide low-emission power to cruise ships in accordance with Norway’s strict environmental legislation.
“We would like to offer the barge technology, which has successfully been operated at the Port of Hamburg in the last three years, in a larger design for use in cruise ships anchored in fjords and are already in discussions about this with Norwegian port and cruise ship operators,” said Dirk Lehmann, managing director of Becker Marine Systems. “The implementation of another barge employing flexible LNG technology has also attracted interest from China and Spain, where cruise ships can be operated year-round.”
Becker Marine Systems will showcase the LNG Hybrid Barge technology at Nor-Shipping, which is taking place in Oslo, Norway from 30 May to 2 June 2017.
The company will also demonstrate its manoeuvring systems and the new COBRA - Compact Battery Rack, which is built from efficient li-ion battery cells and specifically designed for maritime use. It has already received an initial order for the COBRA battery system for a German passenger ship, which will begin operation in mid-July.

Derecktor launches hybrid research vessel

65 ft cat has BAE diesel electric hybrid system

MAY 19, 2017 —Derecktor Shipyards of Mamaroneck, NY, has launched the CUNY I, the first hybrid vessel built for the City University of New York's Brooklyn College.
The 65-ft CUNY I is powered by a BAE Systems HybriDrive diesel-electric hybrid system, and has a state-of-the-art lab interior as well as cutting-edge technology at the forward helm station.
Electric power is supplied through by a set of lithium ion batteries, and propulsion is via articulating drives powered by two electric motors.
The City University of New York (CUNY), in collaboration with the Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay, plans to use the vessel for research of the Jamaica Bay area, as well as Long Island Sound.
The hybrid is extremely fuel efficient when the diesel motor is operating, and has 300 gallons of fuel capacity.
This is the second research hybrid Derecktor has built, and incorporates a number of advances from its first successful hybrid– the Spirit of the Sound, built for The Maritime Aquarium of Norwalk. Both the CUNY I and the Spirit of the Sound are based a a catamaran design by Incat Crowther.
Derecktor General Manager Micah Tucker commented, "We are very pleased to have built another hybrid vessel, and are excited at the possibilities of alternative energy in marine studies and transportation."
Derecktor says it continues to pursue projects for the construction of further hybrid vessels, and hopes to help reduce the carbon footprint of the maritime industry one vessel at a time.
As we reported in our May issue, Derecktor is already preparing to build a third hybrid vessel; this one, for Harbor Harvest, would be configured to carry locally grown fresh produce, fish, meat and dairy products for a farm-to-table transportation network.

Global Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Snapshot

The marine industry is increasingly investing in technologies that help lower emissions, improve fuel efficiency, and adhere to new environmental regulations. Thus, hybrid propulsion systems are being rapidly deployed by vessel operators across the world. Marine hybrid propulsion systems are gradually emerging as one of the most preferred clean propulsion systems globally and are being used in several vessel categories.
Fuel charges account for substantial share of a vessel’s operating expenditure. As a result, shipping liners are adopting efficient fuel technologies such as hybrid propulsion to increase their profit margins. Implementation of stringent government regulations and strict monitoring of spillage in the marine ecosystem are driving the demand for hybrid propulsion systems. The operating power requirements and size of drive components are important factors in the selection of appropriate hybrid configurations for vessels.
Spurred by the aforementioned factors, the global marine hybrid propulsion market is forecast to reach S$5.25 bn by the end of 2024, from US$2.65 bn in 2015. If these figures hold true, the global market will exhibit a CAGR of 8.2% between 2016 and 2024.

Diesel-electric Systems Emerge as Widely Adopted Hybrid Technology
The marine hybrid propulsion market has been segmented into three categories: Configuration, end use, and region. In terms of configuration, the marine hybrid propulsion market has been classified into diesel-electric, parallel hybrid, and serial hybrid. Of these, the diesel-electric segment accounted for the leading share of 53.3% in 2015. Diesel-electric system is a widely adopted hybrid technology owing to its simple structure and low installation costs. Diesel-electric systems are easy to configure and install. Therefore, several vessel operators have been switching from the conventional diesel systems to diesel-electric configurations to comply with the environmental regulations prevalent in their respective regions. Diesel-electric propulsion systems have witnessed a rapid growth rate in the past few decades and is expected to dominate the marine hybrid propulsion market based on configuration through the forecast period.
In terms of end use, the market has been segregated into tugboats & OSV’s, ferries, defense vessels, and others. Installations of these configuration types are completely dependent on the operational requirements of the vessel operators. The operating power requirements and size of the drive components are crucial factors considered while vessel operators select the appropriate hybrid configurations for their respective vessels.

Europe to Remain Dominant Market through Forecast Period
Regionally, the global hybrid propulsion market encompasses North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. Among these nations, Europe emerged dominant with a share of 34.60% in 2015. The region market is driven by the presence of several manufacturing companies. However, growth in the region will remain moderate through the forecast period. In North America, several associations are monitoring carbon emission. The leading nations in North America also have maritime monitoring satellites that detect excess carbon emission from ferries and if there is any oil spillage. Spurred by these factors, the maritime hybrid propulsion market will witness positive growth in North America.
In the coming years, Asia Pacific is expected to offer greener pastures to a large number of small- and large-scale hybrid propulsion manufacturing companies. China and Japan have emerged as lead in terms of production and consumption in Asia Pacific. Rising opportunities in these nations will significantly aid the expansion of the marine hybrid propulsion market. Besides this, the market is also expected to witness lucrative opportunities in the Middle East and Africa and Latin America.
Some of the major companies operating in this market are Siemens AG, General Electric, BAE Systems plc, Wartsila, and MAN Diesel & Turbo SE among others.

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Research Corridor has published a new research study titled “Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis and Forecast, 2015 – 2022”. The Marine Hybrid Propulsion market report studies current as well as future aspects of the Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market based upon factors such as market dynamics, key ongoing trends and segmentation analysis. Apart from the above elements, the Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market research report provides a 360-degree view of the Marine Hybrid Propulsion industry with geographic segmentation, statistical forecast and the competitive landscape.
Geographically, the Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market report comprises dedicated sections centering on the regional market revenue and trends. The Marine Hybrid Propulsion market has been segmented on the basis of geographic regions into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). The RoW segment consists Latin America and the Middle East & Africa. The Marine Hybrid Propulsion market has been extensively analyzed on the basis of various regional factors such as demographics, gross domestic product (GDP), inflation rate, acceptance and others. Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market estimates have also been provided for the historical years 2013 & 2014 along with forecast for the period from 2015 – 2022.
The research report also provides a comprehensive understanding of Marine Hybrid Propulsion market positioning of the major players wherein key strategies adopted by leading players has been discussed. The Marine Hybrid Propulsion industry report concludes with the Company Profiles section which includes information on major developments, strategic moves and financials of the key players operating in Marine Hybrid Propulsion market.
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  • Attractive Investment Proposition
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Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market - Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Market Forecast - 2015 – 2022

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Research Corridor recently added new report titled "Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market - Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Market Forecast - 2015 – 2022" to its repertoire. This latest industry research study scrutinizes the Marine Hybrid Propulsion market by different segments, companies, regions and countries over the forecast period 2015 to 2022. 

The report titled "Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market - Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Market Forecast - 2015 – 2022" offers a primary overview of the Marine Hybrid Propulsionindustry covering different product definitions, classifications, and participants in the industry chain structure. The quantitative and qualitative analysis is provided for the global Marine Hybrid Propulsion market considering competitive landscape, development trends, and key critical success factors (CSFs) prevailing in the Marine Hybrid Propulsion industry.

Scope of Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Report

The research study scrutinizes the global Marine Hybrid Propulsion industry from 360 degree perspective, considering multiple facets some of which are as listed below:

  • Key Developments in the Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Overview
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Growth
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion : Import and Export Overview
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Trends and Future Outlook
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Opportunistic and Attractive Investment Segment

Geographic Coverage 

  • North America Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Revenue and/or Volume
  • Europe Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Revenue and/or Volume
  • Asia Pacific Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Revenue and/or Volume
  • Middle-East and Africa Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Revenue and/or Volume
  • Latin America Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Revenue and/or Volume

Report Coverage

  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Research Methodology
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Research Scope
  • Executive Market Summary: Marine Hybrid Propulsion Industry Snapshot
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Industry Outlook
  • Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for the Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Dynamics
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Key Opportunities
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Porters Five Force Analysis
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Value Chain/Ecosystem Analysis
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Attractive Investment Proposition
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: PESTEL Analysis
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Market Positioning of Key Vendors
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market: Segmentation Outlook
  • Marine Hybrid Propulsion Regional Outlook
  • Company Profiles of Key Vendors

Key Questions Answered by Marine Hybrid Propulsion Market Report
  • What was the Marine Hybrid Propulsion market size in 2013 and 2014; what are the estimated growth trends and market forecast for 2015 - 2022.
  • What will be the CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of Marine Hybrid Propulsion market during the forecast period
  • Which segments (product type/applications/end-use/technology, etc) were most attractive for investments in 2014? How are these segments expected to fare during the forecast period 2015 - 2022
  • Which manufacturer/vendor/provider in the Marine Hybrid Propulsion industry was the market leader in 2014? Overview on the existing product portfolio, products in the pipeline, and strategic initiatives taken by key vendors in the market.

MIT goes “green” for Seawork 2017

MIT will be showcasing the Transfluid HM560 Hybrid and Electric driveline system

This year at Seawork International, propulsion and driveline experts, Marine and Industrial Transmissions will be showcasing its new Hybrid and Electric driveline system, suitable for marine applications.
MIT has been designing, supplying and servicing transmissions and driveline systems across the UK since 1974, becoming a centre of excellence in driveline systems providing customers with full product life cycle support.
With hybrid and electric technology being a hot topic within the commercial marine industry, operators will be looking for cost-effective and environmentally friendly solutions to ensure the future of their business.
This year at Seawork, MIT will be showcasing the Transfluid HM560 Hybrid and Electric driveline system, developed to suit commercial applications including; workboats, crew transfer vessels, pilot vessels and patrol vessels.
The HM560 is designed to be fitted on any internal combustion engine with a suitable SAE Flywheel and to any type of SAE standard transmission.
The system allows the user to work in three modes; electric propulsion, to drive at zero emissions in absolute silence. Engine propulsion, using the electric machine as a generator to recharge batteries, and booster, which allows the electric motor during acceleration to assist engine – providing extra torque to the driveline.
This technology has already been heavily adopted within Europe, with over 10 boatyards already installing the system into their applications, with the hybrid module already installed into 13 single engine craft and five twin-engine craft, as well as German manufacturer BAVARIA choosing the Transfluid solution as a partner to launch its first displacement boat with hybrid propulsion.
For 2017 “green” solutions are high on the agenda for MIT, who along with the Transfluid hybrid system, will also be showcasing the Twin Disc “QuickShift EC300DP, power commander electronic control system complete with Dynamic Positioning interface”.
At Seawork 2017, MIT will also be discussing standard marine drivelines and propulsion systems offered across its product portfolio, including marine transmissions, single and multiple pump drives, standard and hybrid marine transmissions, anti-vibration systems, boat steering systems and air compressors.
MIT will also be launching its new website at Seawork 2017, designed to deliver an improved user experience and an enhanced product selection tool.
For more information, meet with the MIT team in the Pacific Orange hall, stand PO5, along with ATZ Marine Technologies, part of the same group of companies.
Seawork International 2017, the largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition in Europe, will take place at Mayflower Park, Southampton from the 13-15 of June.
Exhibition stand spaces are booking up fast, however, there are still a few remaining spaces available at Seawork International 2017.
Speak to the Seawork Events Team to discuss availability and the best way to showcase and promote your business on +44 1329 825 335 or email
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Electric and Hybrid Marine World Expo 2017

Electric boat technology strives to keep up with the auto industry.

Chevy’s Bolt EV just won Car of the Year at the Detroit Auto Show, and luxury auto maker Tesla reports sales figures for the Q4 of 2016 up an impressive 27 percent. What’s taking so long for the technology to trickle down to the electric boat category? “We are not converting the message as a group,” Phil Purcell, CEO and Executive Director of the Marine Industries Association of South Florida stated rather bluntly as the opening keynote speaker at this year’s Electric and Hybrid Marine World Expo in Tampa. “I drive a Tesla, own a Duffy Electric Boat, have a Torqeedo motor for my dinghy… Electric is not a fad, but the battery makers are all in competition for a small slice of pie, and they need to be working together.”
Torqeedo, in collaboration with BMW, is making the very latest automotive battery engineering available for boats. Adapted to work with Torqeedo’s 40- or 80-hp Deep Blue systems, the BMWi3 technology is based on prismatic cell design allowing for efficient cooling and even temperature distribution within the battery, all in a compact form and tucked neatly into an extremely rugged structure with external power and data connectors.
Prismatic cells require precision assembly in a robust frame to achieve a long service life. Early adopters of electric technology have discovered that charging and discharging over time leads to cell expansion and collapsing, hastening the aging process. Boat applications place high demands on shock resistance and the BMW/Torqeedo design addresses those concerns.
The battery is waterproof to IP67 standards and has laser-welded cell connections over a larger surface, suggesting a stronger and more powerful design than conventional spot-welded cell connections. Should a particular cell fail, interchangeable access points and modules allow for upgrades.
BMW’s battery management system detects a replacement module and adjusts for that cell accordingly, while still providing appropriate recharging levels for older modules.
Torqeedo debuted a 25kW Range Extender for the Deep Blue system that is the first inverter generator capable of supplying electricity for yachts and supporting serial hybrid systems. With a promise of reduced pollutants, less vibration and a longer life for the combustion engine, the system does not require a separate starter. Instead, it uses the electric motor included in the genset.
Sailboaters also seem enamored with Torqeedo’s Cruise Fixed Pod motor as an alternative to an inboard diesel engine. Winner of the 2016 DAME Design Award, this year’s upgrades include new electronic throttles, a dedicated high-resolution marine display and an easy-to-understand user interface. The pod can be charged from shore power, solar, a generator, and even hydro-generation while underway.
On the commercial side, BAE Systems introduced HybriDrive marine solutions that work in concert with leading marine diesel engines to provide efficient propulsion and auxiliary power systems. HybriGen Power & Propulsion eliminates conventional main engines and is targeted for passenger ferries, research vessels and expedition yachts. Hybrid Assist uses various components to drive a vessel electrically at low speeds and assist the main engine when high-end boost is required. Aimed at the tug market, BAE says there is a fuel cost savings and main engine hours savings of up to 50 percent. Their third product, HybriGen Zero, eliminates the need for conventional diesel generators with a focus on towboats and fishing fleets.
Several battery makers addressed thermal runaway—think Galaxy Note 7, hoverboards and Boeing Dreamliner battery fires—with proprietary heat dissipation design. AllCell Technologies, a Chicago lithium-ion assembler, offered a breakthrough honeycomb design that prevents the spread of thermal runaway. Scott Novack explained how their patented phase change composite, a mix of wax and graphite, keeps the battery in a constant cooling state and avoids “the domino effect prevalent in thermal runaway.”
While big names like Valence, Spear Power Systems and Rolls Royce were on hand touting their progress, there was also room for the garage entrepreneur. Seattle-based PureWatercraft debuted an all-electric engine resembling the outdrive of a stern-powered outdrive. “The difference is we built all the parts, including a more efficient propeller,” notes founder Andy Rebele. The Pure Outboard replaces a 9.9- to 40-hp engine, connects to standard steering cables and weighs under 100 lbs. With two modestly sized battery packs that charge from a standard 120V system, it delivers 35 minutes at wide open throttle or an entire day of typical tournament fishing on a lake. Rebele and his team of inventors are in the manufacturing stage with delivery expected this spring. “Quiet is what people pay for,” quips the former rowing coach.
via SouthernBoating— By Alan Wendt, Southern Boating Magazine March 2017

Electric and Hybrid Marine World Expo 2017 - RAI Amsterdam Netherlands

The world's largest marine propulsion exhibition. An international exhibition and conference showcasing electric and hybrid marine propulsion...

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The world's largest marine propulsion exhibition. An international exhibition and conference showcasing electric and hybrid marine propulsion systems, technologies and components.
The exhibition dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions. Discover how to save fuel and reduce NVH
Price: free
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

The International Exhibition of Electric and Hybrid Marine Propulsion Systems, Technologies, 
and Components.

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 6-8 June 2017, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions.
A truly global event, with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient propulsion technologies and components to an audience of propulsion system designers, ship owners and operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, naval architects and military fleet operators/chiefs.
Nothing but pure electric propulsion systems, hybrid systems, and of course the components within them will be on display – and the only visitors that will be invited to attend will be those who purchase and specify marine engines and components. In short, every single exhibit will be of relevance to every single visitor, and the only thing visitors will be searching for is cleaner, more efficient propulsion systems.

Why visit Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo?

Expect to see technologies and components including:
  • Test and measurement tools
  • Simulation software
  • Energy storage solutions including lithium-ion technology
  • Electric motors
  • Permanent magnet motors
  • Microturbines
  • Electric outboards
  • Cooling systems
  • Drive control systems
  • Brushless motors
  • AC/DC motors
  • Super-capacitors
  • Converters
  • Inverters
  • Diesel/electric generators
  • Gen-sets
  • Emission reduction technology
  • Exhaust gas cleaning systems / scrubbers
  • Waste heat recovery systems
  • Electric/hybrid control systems
  • Electric pod/bow/side thrusters
  • Electric/hybrid propulsion technology and systems
  • Electric/hybrid crane, winch, cargo door systems
  • Hybrid electric drive systems
  • Systems integration
  • Ship-to-shore power
  • Battery charging systems
  • Fuel cell technology
  • LNG/hybrid propulsion
Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is being organised by the publisher of Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International, the world’s only publication dedicated to these emerging electric and hybrid propulsion technologies. In effect, this world expo will bring the pages of the magazine to life (click here to read the latest issue).
Entrance to Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is free to qualified industry professionals only.
Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is organised by UKI Media & Events, the world's premier international trade show organiser and magazine publisher operating in the maritime, aviation, automotive and transportation sectors. It is an international organiser of almost 30 industry-leading exhibitions, working globally in Hong Kong, Detroit, Los Angeles, Brussels, Stuttgart, Paris, Geneva and Brasilia, and attracts over 3,000 exhibiting companies and over 50,000 visitors to its events every year. Click here to discover more.