Propel, a manufacturer of electric propulsion systems for maritime applications, is showcasing its D1 inboard motor and S1 outboard motor. Featuring a sleek, modern design, the S1 benefits from a 10kW output – equivalent to a conventional 25hp petrol motor. Capable of delivering high torque at low RPM, the S1 enables emissions-free, almost silent boating for pleasure craft.
Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo includes a strong focus on the latest autonomous shipping technologies, with a dedicated Autonomous Ship Expo zone. Marine AI is using the show to make visitors aware of its Guardian system, which uses robust AI and decision-making modeling to augment manned-vessel operations and enable fully autonomous voyages, maximizing efficiency and safety while ensuring regulatory compliance.
Oranje Nassau, a 20m, 55-passenger sightseeing boat and water taxi operating on Berlin’s urban waterways, was recently retrofitted with a fully integrated all-electric propulsion system from #EHMExpo exhibitor Torqeedo.
Volvo Penta is highlighting its partnership with Danfoss’s Editron division at this year’s show in Amsterdam. By working together from the design phase right through to installation, commissioning and aftermarket support, the two companies can offer a totally seamless experience when it comes to the delivery of vessels. Both have already worked together to power two of the UK’s first fully integrated hybrid electric crew transfer vessels (CTVs). The vessels have been in operation at an offshore wind farm for nearly 18 months, during which they have made a very positive environmental impact.
Yaskawa Environmental Energy/The Switch is at #EHMExpo to introduce a unique, ultra-fast protection method to make low-voltage DC distribution on vessels safe, efficient and redundant. “We want to make it easier for the marine industry to change from AC because there are big benefits with DC distribution,” explained The Switch's Teemu Heikkilä, head of product line, converters, during the show. “DC is more efficient, but on top of that, it’s more flexible for integration with batteries, fuel cells and other likely future alternative energy sources.”
Voith is presenting its electric Voith Schneider Propeller (eVSP) at this year’s Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe. The propulsion unit offers high efficiency and greater simplicity, as the permanent-magnet synchronous motor is already integrated in the propeller. The complete omission of gears reduces noise to a minimum and frees up critical space on the ship.
Praxis Automation Technology, a manufacturer and system integrator of electric propulsion systems, is exhibiting a yacht that features company technology in a marina near Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo.
EPTechnologies is showcasing its complete drop-in propulsion units for shipyards at Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo. To increase yard efficiency and simplify installation, the company’s solution features all the necessary propulsion system components pre-wired in 1-3 frames.
The exhibition, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 21, 22, 23, 2022, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine charging and propulsion technologies, components and solutions.
A truly global event with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient technologies and components to an audience of shipowners and operators, boat builders, propulsion system designers and manufacturers, naval architects, military fleet operators/chiefs, and of course port operators.
Nothing but pure charging technologies, electric propulsion systems, hybrid systems, and of course the components within them, will be on display – and the only visitors invited to attend will be those who purchase and specify marine charging infrastructures, and vessel engines and components. Every single exhibit will be of relevance to every single visitor, and the only thing visitors will be searching for is cleaner, more efficient electric and hybrid marine systems.
Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe is exclusively for people involved in the decision making process in specifying which propulsion systems to invest in, which components to procure or which charging infrastructure to specify.