The exhibition, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 23, 24, 25, 2020, 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 World Expo is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient technologies and components to an audience of ship owners 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 who will be 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 World Expo 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.
marine navy solutions leader
GE Power Conversion
Synopsis: HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier (QNLZ) – procured by the UK Ministry of Defence for the Royal Navy – is the first aircraft carrier in the world to utilize integrated full electric power and propulsion system IFEP. It presented a step change in size and complexity. This paper will present the merits of IFEP, QNLZ large equipment descriptions, methods and processes adopted from early design phases, through testing and trials undertaken to ensure all equipment is set to work in a safe and efficient manner to gain acceptance and deliver the required capability to the Royal Navy.
head of innovation and energy management
Synopsis: The presentation will provide a status update on the 10MWh battery energy storage system retrofit project on AIDAperla. It will include a review of the project drivers, selected design, implementation schedule and lessons learned from installation. It will also discuss the project goals: major battery retrofit during normal operations, hybrid operation (in port and at sea), battery-only operation (in port and at sea), reduction of emissions in coastal areas, increased safety and redundancy, fuel efficiency from optimal engine loads, and gaining experience of the optimal operating modes with battery.
senior naval architect
European Maritime Safety Agency
Synopsis: 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.
development manger, hybrid marine Europe
Synopsis: Data analysis of the specific application is key to selecting the right equipment for an electric hybrid vessel regardless of the power node or hybrid elements. Data analysis ensures the longest-possible ESS life, system capability for providing power during charge and operation, and delivers on system expectations for propulsion power and auxiliary loadings both in full EV mode and hybrid operations. Data analysis sets up the power and propulsion solutions vessel personality to make sure that it operates in the most efficient state regardless of demands. This presentation will demonstrate the advantages of data analysis for product selection.
Glas Ocean Electric
Synopsis: Glas Ocean Electric has worked with Transport Canada, SPBES, Canadian Maritime Engineering and others to complete a study on the impact of electrifying a fishing boat on air emissions, noise emissions and power use in normal operation. The boat was converted to Transport Canada Safety's highest standards and the results are representative of a 'typical' day-tripping fishing boat in Atlantic Canada. The presentation will include discussion of the dramatic drop in hydrocarbon emissions and underwater noise as well as detailing the process for converting a boat to these standards.
Synopsis: Hydrogen-energy technologies – maturing thanks to road transportation applications – have reached a first level of cost competitiveness, qualifying them for demonstration projects in waterborne applications. If their intrinsic limitations (e.g. energy density) cast doubts on their ability to constitute a radical alternative to existing fuels, the question of the precise role they could play in the sector is at stake. This role is also likely to be influenced by local characteristics and tax regulations. Through the experience of MARANDA and Flagships, this discussion will offer a few insights to guide those considering hydrogen and fuel cells for investment.
business development manager
Vattenfall Network Solutions
Synopsis: One of the options available for ferry operators to accelerate their electrification ambitions is to consider a power-as-a-service model. This allows ferry operators to concentrate on their core business of ferry operation, leaving the development, maintenance and funding of charging infrastructure and supply to experienced operators of power grids. This presentation will use the case study of the (E/S Movitz) implementation in Stockholm to demonstrate how this approach, a collaboration between Echandia Marine and Vattenfall Network Solutions, accelerated the project.
Port of Amsterdam
Synopsis: 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.
Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is organized by UKi Media & Events, the publisher of Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International, the world’s only publication dedicated to emerging electric and hybrid marine technologies. UKi Media & Events is a leading international trade show organizer and magazine publisher operating in the maritime, aviation, automotive and transportation sectors. The company runs numerous, specialized exhibitions and conferences in Europe, China, India, Korea and North America.
Entrance to Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is free to qualified industry professionals only.
Halls 11 and 12
1078 GZ Amsterdam
Please note that security will be on-site and bag searches will be carried out for your safety.
RAI Hotel Services
Tuesday, June 23
10:30hrs – 18:00hrs
Wednesday, June 24
10:30hrs – 19:00hrs
Thursday, June 25
10:00hrs – 16:00hrs