NEW PRODUCTS & TECHNOLOGIES ON SHOW

Solid-state DC breakers provide protection against short-circuit situations
Astrolkwx B.V.

The primary and most important function of the Astrol solid-state DC breaker is its ultra-fast interruption of high powers, thereby preventing the dramatic consequences of short-circuit situations. It is proven as the optimal solution for enabling multi-bus and ring systems. Since our solid-state breakers have demonstrated their capability in multiple applications, serving as bus tie and enabling zone protection in multi-bus and ring systems.

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Cutting-edge electronic systems for maritime application
Bosch Engineering

Bosch Engineering, a 100 percent subsidiary of Robert Bosch, is a development partner, who offers the adaptation of electronic systems for the mobility of tomorrow, based on proven and tested Bosch automotive series technology.

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Building partnerships to support the hybrid electric ferry industry
elkon Electric System Integrators

Marine electrical system integrator Elkon is a subsidiary of marine propulsion specialist Schottel. The two companies are focused on hybrid technologies – including battery, hydrogen, hydrogen fuel cells, ammonia and LNG – and integrating them into their propulsion designs and programs to support their partners. They work together with their customers and are a vital part of the decision-making process when looking into new vessel projects.

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Turnkey high-power DC charging system
Cavotec

Cavotec, a leading cleantech company that manufactures innovative connection and electrification solutions, has recently launched a new turnkey DC grid-to-inlet charging system to enable the decarbonization of vessels and industrial vehicles worldwide.

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Zero-emission generator
AKA Energy Systems

Regulatory bodies worldwide are enforcing strict measures to curb marine vessel pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in ports. AKA Energy Systems’ solution is the zero-emission generator.

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Switching diesel for electric on commercial boats
Green Yachts

Visitors to Green Yachts' booth and those who take in the company's presentation will be able to find out more about how the company removes diesel engines and installs electric propulsion systems in commercial boats, and also how it distributes wireless charging technology from a partner company in Europe, ENRX.

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Advanced technologies for hybrid inverter systems
SPOC Grid Inverter Technologies

SPOC provides the expertise, technology and hardware to enable the move to battery and hybrid power systems in the marine industry. The company will showcase solutions at the expo that allow clients to easily implement and benefit from the latest advanced technologies in inverter systems and batteries.

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Hardware and software for measurement challenges
Dewesoft

Dewesoft offers software and hardware that meet the needs of every measurement challenge from the laboratory to the field, including extremely harsh environments. The company says it observes and follows a parallel path with emerging technologies in any development group to create the ultimate solution.

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Onshore charging station
Norwegian Electric Systems

Norwegian Electric Systems claims that its onshore charging station is set to become an industry benchmark and embodies the company’s mission: to deliver large-scale, clean energy solutions from grid to propeller, offering propulsion, power, navigation and automation in an integrated solution.

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Electrification and charging solutions
Zinus AS

Zinus, a Norwegian expert in shore power and cable management solutions, aims to reshape maritime electrification. It says its new ZPP800 autonomous charging tower and SWC200 onboard unit represent a leap forward in efficiency and functionality, driven by years of experience and customer input.

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EV charging and monitoring systems on board vessels
Marine Charging Point

Marine Charging Point (MCP), headquartered in Finland, specializes in the design, delivery and installation of EV charging and monitoring systems on board vessels. The company will be at the expo to talk about its EV charging and monitoring solutions that cater to the needs of electric and hybrid ferries and other vessels.

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Lithium-ion battery solutions
Eco Power

Eco Power develops lithium-ion battery solutions that can be used in battery-powered vessels, offshore platforms and hybrid applications. It provides onboard energy solutions, with complete reference from cell to pack, enabling it to offer the best solutions for its clients’ applications. Its modular DNV battery pack is developed to meet the highest safety and certification requirements from conception through to manufacturing.

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Electric catamaran platform for ferries
EV Maritime

EV Maritime is a clean-tech design, engineering and technology company focused on the inshore commercial maritime sector. Its EVM200 is a 24.5m, 25kts electric catamaran platform with capacity for up to 200 passengers. According to the company, this carbon-fiber vessel brings safe, reliable, high-performance, fully electric operation to the passenger and excursion ferry sectors.

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Hybrid power for research vessel
Transfluid

Following a complete vessel restoration, Transfluid’s HM3350 hybrid module is powering the Western Flyer, a boat with a storied history and legendary past, and now a showcase for the future of marine propulsion.

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Parallel hybrid system
Twin Disc

Twin Disc, a global leader in marine propulsion technology, will display its hybrid and electric marine capabilities at the expo in June. The company says its innovative solutions embrace the growing demand for efficient, environmentally friendly marine propulsion systems.

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Innovations in electrified marine propulsion technology
Helix

At the expo, Helix will unveil its latest core technology motors and inverters, which the company claims set new standards for efficiency and performance in marine applications.

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