25-26 September 2019
Electric & Hybrid Propulsion Seminar
Paving the way to decarbonising the shipping sector.
Two day in-depth seminar analysing the business case for hybrid propulsion, fuel cells & battery technologies across commercial fleets.
Key topics for 2019 include:
IMO 2050: Legislative Market Drivers and Regulatory Overview
IMO GHG strategy paving the way to decarbonisation.
How are we going to implement strategy at regional level to meet the global challenge?
New areas of innovation and technologies
Address the risks inherent in producing, storing, distributing and consuming energy on hybrid vessels
Meeting the Infrastructure Challenges
What are the storage and supply challenges of supplying a multi-fuel marine market for 2020 and beyond?
How are ports meeting the shore side power to ships to reduce pollution and reach decarbonisation targets?
The concern regarding luxury cruise emissions in European ports and coastal areas
Interactive Case Study: connecting cruise, ferries, offshore ships to shore power
Finance Workshop: What kind of financial solutions would be ideal for the industry to move ahead
Financial viability of a 100% hydrogen powered passenger vessel
The over reliance on public funding and the delays this causes
Costs of Energy Transition in the Marine Sector
Impact Investors seeking Investment Opportunities
Technology: Batteries - New Developments and Beyond
Address the results of the Battery Safety Joint Development Project
Hear the ship owner's experience
Interactive case study discussing PBES CellCool and CellSwap providing greater safety, lower battery cost, reduced size and performance guaranteed for life
Technology: Wind Propulsion
Decarbonisation and how the wind can drive the process
Market & potential for both wind-assist and primary wind Barriers and drivers to uptake
Hybrid development - wind propulsion's role in assisting/facilitating other low carbon & zero-emissions technology
Technology: Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Dual Fuel Combustion Technology
The key drivers for Hydrogen in the maritime domain, the benefits and challenges
Ship Owner's Case Study: Hydroville: A Showcase for Hydrogen as Marine Fuel’
Manufacturer's Case Study: Hydrogen as a marine fuel HySeas III and HyDIME
Infrastructure challenges: How do we scale up and what are the limiting factors?
Expert speakers for 2019 include:
Vital answers to key questions
Crafted after hours of research to fit your needs, our in-depth agenda with sessions from those already using hybrid technology will provide you with all the vital answers related to hybrid propulsion.
You'll learn from others' successes and failures, leaving you ready to tackle all challenges thrown your way.
Learn from the experts
From straight-talking presentations on the current technology driving adoption, to tight-focused sessions on where exactly hybrid propulsion technology can reduce operating costs, reduce emission, and improve performance of a vessel, you will hear from industry experts leading the way
Grow your network
You won't get a better chance to meet this many professionals interested in such a niche area in one place.
With plenty of formal and informal networking, you will connect with the right people and forge new meaningful business relationships.
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