Onshore power supply – options for safe and sustainable deployment of OPS
Ricardo Batista Senior naval architect European Maritime Safety Agency Portugal
The presentation will discuss technical and operational guidance to ports for the development and implementation of OPS systems in ports; feasibility analysis of different-scale OPS installations; business model elements for OPS development; risk assessment for OPS installations and operations; fast charging and induction energy supply for shipborne battery systems.
Alternative fuels for shipping
Jan Egbertsen Manager innovation Port of Amsterdam Netherlands
The presentation will discuss two international projects that Port of Amsterdam is involved in: use of green maritime methanol and use of H2 as a clean shipping fuel. It will outline the challenges we face in these two projects regarding the development of ships, and also the development of supply chain and bunkering facilities in seaports.
Sustainable transportation and electrical grid integration: the future challenge
Roberto Bernacchi Global product manager ABB Italy
Although electrification has been standard practice in the rail sector for decades, e-mobility pertaining to road transportation has only relatively recently become popular, with extensive charging points being deployed to serve electric cars, buses and even trucks. Maritime transport will surely be the next sector, with e-vessels already a reality in short sea shipping. But what will happen when deep-sea vessels start to have large batteries on board? Where do we charge such large battery packs? What solutions are available for smooth integration of e-mobility in the electrical grid?
Automated shore-to-ship power supply: differing approaches for different terminal layouts
Rainer Altmeppen Segment leader port and maritime Stemmann-Technik GmbH Germany
This presentation will explore the different approaches for shore-to-ship power supply for 0.5-11MW for differing ferry types. It will illustrate solutions by presenting case studies of actual installations.
Electrification of ships – the landside infrastructure
Alex Ruijs Senior consultant Royal HaskoningDHV Netherlands
This presentation will investigate the impact that the electrification of ships could have on the energy infrastructure within a port. Areas of consideration will be whether existing shore power systems will need upgrading or whether new fast-charging systems will need to be developed in the future. The presentation will then explore the significant impact this could have on ports, as well as the operations and availability of space within. Similarly, new modular power systems with standardized energy containers come with their own challenges for ports, such as availability of space as well as ensuring that the containers can be recharged with the correct energy carrier. All of this while also taking into account the associated costs and the challenge of keeping these to a minimum.
Wireless power transfer for battery charging
Dr Peter van Duijsen Researcher TU Delft Netherlands
This presentation discusses the technical details behind wireless power transfer and gives practical examples of inverter/coil design.
Water and electricity do match! Wireless charging technology
Victor Hoynck van Papendrecht CEO IPT Technology GmbH Germany
One of the main challenges for any electric vessel is how to charge safely and quickly without delays. This presentation will explain why wireless is the perfect charging solution for electric ships.
Please note: this conference program may be subject to change