One of the most experienced engineering companies in the Turkish shipbuilding industry, Elkon carries out the design, manufacture, integration and commissioning of low-voltage electrical equipment and systems for the marine industry.
Verbrat, a French company that specializes in compact powertrain design, fast-charge systems, and entire electric/hybrid systems for small and medium duty boats, will introduce its brand-new turnkey electric solution based on UQM motors.
The growth of higher powered (60kW+) electric propulsion systems has created the need for component cooling circuits to manage the heat loads generated, both to extend component life and to maintain operational performance by protecting the system from excessive heat.
Visitors will be able to learn about HBM’s eDrive system, a solution for testing inverter-driven electric motors. It measures multiphase, medium-to-high voltage, mid-to-large-scale maritime electrical and hybrid propulsion systems.
The findings of the recently completed Joint Development Project on Battery Safety will be presented by DNV, including technical answers to tough industry questions on fire suppression, ventilation, and aspects of key risk management, as well as a technical scientific basis for rule development.
With a design philosophy that involves integrating proven automotive components to ensure reliability, and results in improved range, maneuverability, serviceability, and ease of installation, Amperetta designs and manufactures compact integrated parallel hybrid drive solutions for the marine market, based on the Volvo Penta D3 to D6 series engines (110-400hp).
Mature technologies that can be implemented in a timely manner will be showcased by Aradex, a system partner for the electrification of ships and construction machinery that specializes in the development of modern and optimized power electronics in an efficient and economical system design.
At this year’s expo, Germany-based CTC Advanced, a specialist in consulting, testing and certification, will tell visitors about its involvement in battery testing, environmental simulation, and electrical safety testing, ranging from a product’s resistance against environmental influences, to issues around safety.
Manufacturer of electrical generators and electric drive systems for recreational and commercial vehicles and yachts, Fischer Panda will unveil its new 100kW AZ podded motor for its 420V drive systems, designed for commercial boat operators, in particular water taxis and smaller ferries with a displacement of more than 40 metric tons.
It is now possible to say goodbye to space-consuming, noisy, and energy-inefficient diesel engines and generators that run around the clock, wasting energy, polluting the environment, and requiring costly maintenance.
With its hybrid propulsion package and patented designs, Thrustmaster delivers a complete turnkey solution, consisting of new, high-efficiency, permanent magnet motor electric podded azimuth thrusters, battery banks, diesel gensets, VFDs, controls, and power management systems.
To demonstrate how electrification can change the world, such as through tackling climate change and reducing air pollution, Danfoss Editron, which manufactures hybrid and full-electric drivetrains, will present systems featuring the market’s highest total efficiency levels, meaning fewer batteries in full-electric vehicles and lower fuel consumption in hybrid drivetrains.
Torqeedo, who will exhibit at this year’s Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, has supplied an integrated electric propulsion system for the world’s first full-size solar-electric sewage pump-out boat.