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Maritime Hybrid, Electric & Hydrogen Fuel Cells Conference, Bergen 2021

09:00 - 18:00
Bergen
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Powering the drive towards a sustainable maritime sector

 

Shortly after the successful launch of our Maritime Hybrid & Electric and Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Conferences in Bergen in 2019, the world was hit by COVID-19 and we moved to delivering our portfolio of European, North American and Asian hybrid and electric events online.

 

We are now delighted to be back in person bringing together industry leaders at this year’s Maritime Hybrid, Electric & Hydrogen Fuel Cells event in Bergen on 18-20 October 2021.

 

Driven by the compelling benefits of reduced fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and lower-cost maintenance, the adoption of hybrid, electric and hydrogen fuel cell technologies is accelerating across the maritime sector. These clean technologies will play a pivotal role in the decades to come as the maritime sector transitions towards decarbonisation.

This year’s agenda, delivered by leading authorities in the sector, will provide a detailed analysis of technology and regulatory developments over the past 12 months. It will cover innovations in battery and fuel cell technology, showcase the benefits of electrification, consider the long-term benefits of hydrogen fuel cells, assess the safety factors, and present the latest updates on projects from across Europe.

 

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Event Series

Check out our series of Maritime Hybrid and Hydrogen Fuel Cells events below:

 

September 2019

Maritime Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Conference, Bergen

Maritime Hybrid & Electric Conference, Bergen

 

June 2020

The all-electric revolution

The business case for hybrid and electric technology

Fuel cells: addressing the key technical challenges

Fuel cells: key operational challenges

Hydrogen as a Marine Fuel

Ammonia as a Marine Fuel

Methanol as a Marine Fuel

 

July 2020

The business case for hybrid and electric technology in North America

The challenges North American shipowners face with the adoption of fuel cell technology

The business case for hybrid and electric technology in Asia

How can Asia advance adoption of hybrid, electric and fuel cell technologies?

 

September 2020

Alternative fuels for powering a tug: the selection conundrum

Hybrid and electric tug viability: the future’s bright

Hydrogen-powered ferries: unlocking the potential

 

December 2020

Maritime Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Virtual Conference, Europe

Maritime Hybrid & Electric Virtual Conference, Europe

 

March 2021

Maritime Hybrid & Electric Virtual Conference, North America

 

June 2021

Electric propulsion: steering towards efficiency

Hybrid and all-electric: the next steps in electrifying the world’s shipping industry

Hydrogen and fuel cells: the key to decarbonising the shipping industry

Infrastructure and charging requirements for hybrid, electric and fuel cell vessels

 

October 2021
Maritime Hybrid, Electric & Hydrogen Fuel Cells Conference, Bergen

All Speakers


Paul Simavari

Paul Simavari

Business Development Manager
BAE Systems
Louis Vercauter

Louis Vercauter

Project Manager
CMB. Tech
Paul Turner

Paul Turner

Managing Director
CMB.Tech
Kristian Eikeland Holmefjord

Kristian Eikeland Holmefjord

EVP and Project Director Fuel Cells
Corvus Energy
Halvard Hauso

Halvard Hauso

Chief Commercial Officer
Corvus Energy
Roman Stoiber

Roman Stoiber

Senior Vice President Product Management
Corvus Energy
Lea Hurst

Lea Hurst

Head of Fleet
Cwind
Carina Krastel

Carina Krastel

Commercial Director
European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC)
Frida Eklöf Monstad

Frida Eklöf Monstad

Senior Advisor - Low Carbon Solutions
Equinor
Hans Thornell

Hans Thornell

Founder & Chairman
Green City Ferries AB
Andrea D'Ambra

Andrea D'Ambra

Energy Saving and innovation Project Manager
Grimaldi
Grzegorz Pawelec

Grzegorz Pawelec

Research, Innovation and Funding Manager
Hydrogen Europe
Lars Christian Larsen

Lars Christian Larsen

Chairman
Maritime Battery Forum
Sebastian Toft

Sebastian Toft

Senior Business Development Manager
Maersk Supply Service
Mark Handin

Mark Handin

COO
Maersk Supply Service
Siv Remøy-Vangen

Siv Remøy-Vangen

Managing Director
Maritime Bergen
Ferhat Acuner

Ferhat Acuner

General Manager
Navtek Naval Technologies
Ivan Østvik

Ivan Østvik

Project Manager
Norled AS
Jan Klokk

Jan Klokk

Vice President Sales
Norwegian Electric Systems
Kolbjorn Berge

Kolbjorn Berge

Project Manager - Innovation & New Technology
Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA)
Arne Brathole

Arne Brathole

Surveyor - Passenger Vessels
Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA)
Sveinung Oftedal

Sveinung Oftedal

Specialist Director, Department for Marine Management and Pollution Control
Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Pollution
Maria Bos

Maria Bos

CEO
Plug
Tjalve Svendsen

Tjalve Svendsen

Researcher Project Manager
Prototech
Elizabeth Yeaman

Elizabeth Yeaman

Managing Director
Retyna
Steve Esau

Steve Esau

General Manager
SEA-LNG
Anders Valland

Anders Valland

Research Manager – Maritime Energy Systems
SINTEF Ocean
Jørgen Kopperstad

Jørgen Kopperstad

Vice President - Maritime Opportunities
Saga Pure
Simon Clark

Simon Clark

Research Scientist - New Energy Solutions
SINTEF Industry
Shaun White

Shaun White

Senior Project Manager
Spear Power Systems
Stian Aakre

Stian Aakre

CEO
TECO 2030
Martin Prokosch

Martin Prokosch

VP, Head of ZeroLab
Torvald Klaveness
Tomas Tronstad

Tomas Tronstad

Head of Shipping and Technology – New Energy
Wilhelmsen Group
Joseph W. Pratt

Joseph W. Pratt

CEO & CTO
Zero Emission Industries

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Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Programme   Day 1

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Hydrogen fuel cell technology is seen by many in the industry to be the ultimate solution to the zero-emission challenge. This one-day programme highlights the latest industry intelligence, initiatives and developments in hydrogen fuel cells in the maritime sector.


DAY 1 | MONDAY 18 OCTOBER 2021

 

08:00 Registration, coffee and networking

 

09:00 Welcome and introduction from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media


09:10 Keynote address: Equinor – taking the lead in the energy transition

  • Solutions for decarbonising energy systems
  • Challenges and opportunities going forward
  • Delivering on Equinor’s maritime climate ambitions

Frida Eklöf Monstad, Senior Advisor - Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor


SESSION 1: INDUSTRY UPDATE

The opening session will set the scene by providing an update on the hydrogen and fuel cells sector and review the new EGHAC initiative.

 

09:30 Overview of the hydrogen and fuel cells sector

  • Key trends and drivers
  • Assessing supply and demand
  • Supply chain considerations
  • Infrastructure issues
  • Vessel applications

Grzegorz Pawelec, Research, Innovation and Funding Manager, Hydrogen Europe

 

09:50 Review of the European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC)

  • Why green hydrogen?
  • Supporting industrial green hydrogen projects, accelerating their time to market and derisking the investment
  • Review of the flagship project, H2 Green Steel

Carina Krastel, Commercial Director, European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center

 

10:10 Open discussion and Q&A

10:30 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 2: REGULATION AND COMMERICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Key industry experts will assess the regulatory scene, demonstrate the business case and consider the financing aspects of hydrogen fuel cell-powered vessels for coastal, shortsea and deepsea shipping.

 

11:10 Regulation to drive the advancement of hydrogen as a maritime fuel

  • Identifying the regulatory barriers
  • Lack of regulatory framework and impact on technology development
  • What regulation is required, and will regulation accelerate the process?
  • Risk assessments
  • Safety codes, standards and guidelines for design and operation of hydrogen-powered vessels

Kolbjørn Berge, Head of Green Shipping, Innovation and New Technologies, Norwegian Maritime Authority

 

11:30 Aligning business objectives with zero-emissions aspirations

  • Recognising the benefits of hydrogen and fuel cells
  • Balancing cost versus benefit
  • Assessing whole-life costs
  • Improving fuel efficiencies
  • Applying new technology

Tomas Tronstad, Head of Shipping and Technology – New Energy, Wilhelmsen Group

 

11:50 Financing the fuels that will drive the energy transition

  • Where will financing come from?
  • What aspects of the hydrogen value chain need financing?
  • Path to hydrogen competitiveness – a cost perspective
  • What is needed to encourage stakeholders to invest in green fuel technology and infrastructure?

Jørgen Kopperstad, Vice President - Maritime Opportunities, Saga Pure

12:10 Open discussion and Q&A

12:30 Networking lunch break

 

SESSION 3: CASE STUDIES AND USER EXPERIENCES

This session will showcase the industry’s pioneering projects and discuss why hydrogen could be the key to meeting zero-emissions targets in the shipping arena.

 

13:40 Zero Emission Industries hydrogen fuel cell activities

  • Update on hydrogen fuel cell technology and uptake
  • An introduction to the world’s first commercial fuel cell powered ferry
  • Latest experiences and lessons learned from previous projects
  • A look to the future

Joseph W. Pratt, CEO & CTO, Zero Emission Industries

 

14:00 Case study: MF Hydra the world’s first LH2-powered ship

  • What are the benefits and pitfalls of hydrogen fuel cells?
  • Barriers to adoption
  • Future application in the coastal and shortsea shipping sectors
  • Key data from developing and building the world’s first LH2-powered vessel
  • What does the future hold?

Ivan Østvik, Project Manager, Norled

 

14:20 Case study: Experiences from the world’s first hydrogen-powered passenger ferry

  • Hydroville - delivering emission free transportation through hydrogen technology
  • How Hydroville has led to the development of further hydrogen powered vessels including Hydro Bingo (80 person ferry in Japan) and Hydro Cat (CTV)
  • Activities to provide hydrogen to power vessels
  • Experiences to date, and plans for the future

Paul Turner, Managing Director, CMB.TECH
Louis Vercauter, Project Manager, CMB.TECH

 

14:40 Open discussion and Q&A

15:00 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 4: ADOPTING FUELS OF THE FUTURE AND INCREASING UTILISATION ACROSS THE SECTOR

This session will review the various alternative fuels being considered by the industry, assess the production and storage considerations, refuelling challenges and what needs to be done to increase take-up in the maritime sector.

 

15:40 Enabling a totality in zero emission operations for marine

  • Optimized battery and fuel cell installations
  • Cost effective mass production of maritime fuel cells
  • Bringing marine experience into fuel cell systems
  • Simplified integration with operational support

Kristian Holmefjord, EVP and Project Director Fuel Cells, Corvus Energy

 

16:00 Future fuels for maritime application

  • Hydrogen, methanol and ammonia
  • Benefits, challenges and opportunities for the maritime market
  • Assessing the cost implications

Anders Valland, Research Manager – Maritime Energy Systems, SINTEF Ocean

 

16:20 Advances in fuel cell technology for maritime application

  • Development of a dedicated marine fuel cell system
  • Feasibility studies of fuel cell system installations
  • Manufacturing of marine fuel cells

Stian Aakre, Chief Executive Officer, TECO 2030

16:40 Open discussion and Q&A

 

17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks

 

*Programme subject to change/amendments

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Hybrid & Electric Programme Days 2 & 3

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This comprehensive two-day programme will examine the latest innovations hybrid and electric solutions driving development in the maritime sector. Experts will demonstrate how these technologies can provide significant reductions in fuel consumption, emissions and maintenance costs.

DAY 2 | TUESDAY 19 OCTOBER 2021


08:00 Registration, coffee and networking

 

09:00 Welcome and introduction from Riviera Maritime Media

Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

SESSION 1: INDUSTRY UPDATE

Hybrid and all-electric systems are playing a key role in the future of maritime power and propulsion. Experts will review the status of the battery and green fuels market in Europe and the latest trends in the maritime battery industry.


09:10 Spotlight interview: Update on Norway’s progress towards zero-emissions shipping

  • The route to meeting zero-emissions targets and what has happened in the last 12 months
  • Regulatory measures and requirements
  • Collaboration between government and the shipping industry
  • Learning from Norway’s progression
  • Plans for the next 12 months

Sveinung Oftedal, Specialist Director, Department for Marine Management and Pollution Control, Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment


 

09:30 Bergen’s approach to meeting decarbonisation targets

  • Progress to date
  • Strategies being adopted by the maritime sector
  • Which fuels are leading the way?
  • Future objectives

Siv Remøy-Vangen, Managing Director, Maritime Bergen

09:50 Status and outlook for alternative fuels in the European maritime industry

  • Trends and drivers
  • Assessment of active ships per sector
  • Which power sources are currently favoured and why?
  • Update on all-electric developments
  • Growth prospects of all-electric and battery support

10:10 Open discussion and Q&A

10:30 Networking coffee break

SESSION 2: INNOVATIVE ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS AND FINANCING DECARBONISATION

Leading experts will share the rationale for adopting battery technology and experiences of electrification and financing options for decarbonisation.

 

11:10 Electrifying the world’s inland and coastal shipping industry – the Current Direct Project

  • Innovative, interchangeable waterborne transport battery system and an Energy as a Service (EaaS) Platform
  • Accelerating market adoption of clean sustainable energy
  • Reducing the barriers for entry, increasing operational flexibility, and reducing operating costs
  • Enabling clean energy with minimal capital investment through an Energy-as-a-Service Platform
  • Standardized system interfaces, vessel topologies and regulatory certification for swappable marine battery systems

Shaun White, Senior Project Manager, Spear Power Systems

 

11:30 Case study: Grimaldi’s experience with use of batteries on board their vessels

  • Rationale for adopting hybrid and electric systems
  • Design considerations
  • Delivering cost-efficient and safe green operations
  • Experiences and lessons learnt

Andrea D’Ambra, Machinery and Innovation Manager, Grimaldi Group

 

11:50 “Carbon Insets” to finance decarbonization measures for ship owners and operators

  • Why we need an alternative to offsetting
  • How insetting can help fund the transition to decarbonized shipping
  • How business model innovation can speed up decarbonization in shipping

Martin Prokosch, VP, Head of ZeroLab, Torvald Klaveness

12:10 Open discussion and Q&A

12:30 Networking lunch

 

SESSION 3: BATTERY TECHNOLOGY UPDATES, LIFECYCLE ASSESSMENT AND SAFETY ASPECTS


13:40
Innovations in battery technology

  • Latest updates on energy storage solutions
  • Benefits and applications
  • Space and weight considerations
  • Emerging technologies
  • Innovations to solve the deepsea challenge

14:00 Leading the way in maritime energy transition

  • Battery as the enabler for all future fuels
  • The harmony between ESS and Fuel cells
  • Zero emission development in key growth segments
  • Less risk for owners and more flexibility with new business models for ESS implementation

Halvard Hauso, Chief Commercial Officer, Corvus Energy

 

14:20 Roundtable debate: Safety and battery fire prevention

  • Assessing the explosion and fire risks in maritime battery installations
  • Regulation, best practice and safety guidelines
  • The best way to manage fire risks associated with different battery systems
  • Collaboration and transparency across the industry – sharing lessons learned
  • Working towards a safer future

Lars Christian Larsen, Chairman, Maritime Battery Forum

Arne Brathole, Surveyor – Passenger Vessels, Norwegian Maritime Authority

Roman Stoiber, Senior Vice President Product Management, Corvus Energy

 

14:50 Open discussion and Q&A

15:10 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 4: FUTURE FUELS TO POWER MARITIME VESSELS

This session will assess vessels powered by LNG and ammonia fuel cells, provide a detailed analysis of alternative fuels in the market and consider which is likely to be favoured by the industry.

 

15:50 The future of LNG as a maritime fuel

  • LNG as a bridge fuel to zero-carbon fuels
  • Benefits of LNG battery hybrid vessels
  • Key challenges, drivers and barriers to adoption
  • LNG versus alternative fuel options
  • LNG driving the move towards sustainability in the maritime sector

Steve Esau, General Manager, SEA-LNG

 

16:10 Ammonia as a green shipping fuel

  • Identifying the benefits and opportunities of adopting ammonia fuel cells on maritime vessels
  • Fuel cell technology and fuel flexibility of high temperate fuel cells
  • Ammonia as a solution to meeting zero-emission targets
  • Status of the ongoing ShipFC and Clean Ammonia Power projects

Tjalve Magnusson Svendsen, Researcher, Prototech

16:20 Open discussion and Q&A

 

16:35 Panel discussion: Which fuel will steal the lead – where to invest?

  • Pros and cons of alternative fuels – battery, hydrogen fuel cells, methanol, ammonia and biofuels
  • Which fuel for which vessel type?
  • Will fuel type will drive development in deepsea shipping?
  • Hybrid configurations

Frida Eklöf Monstad, Senior Advisor - Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor

 

17:10 Chairman’s closing remarks

 

17:15 End of day one programme

 

DAY 3 | WEDNESDAY 20 OCTOBER 2021


08:00 Registration, coffee and networking

 

09:00 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

09:10 Spotlight interview: Going net zero

  • Our targets, and how we plan to achieve them
  • Sustainability in the sector
  • Alternative power sources
  • Quayside fuel and charging requirements

Mark Handin, COO, Maersk Supply Service

SESSION 5: R&D UPDATES AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

This session will provide the latest updates from ongoing research and development projects as well as addressing the systems integration challenge.

09:30 Trends in maritime battery industry and research

  • Current trends and drivers
  • The future of maritime batteries

Dr. Simon Clark, Research Scientist - New Energy Solutions, SINTEF Industry

09:50 Systems integration challenges for hybrid and fully electric vessels

  • Defining the challenges
  • Design considerations
  • Lack of standardisation
  • Integrating different power systems

Jan Klokk, VP Sales, Norwegian Electric Systems

 

10:10 Open discussion and Q&A

10:30 Networking coffee break

SESSION 6: HYBRID & ALL-ELECTRIC CASE STUDIES AND USER EXPERIENCES

Industry experts will discuss the cost considerations, safety aspects and impact of hybrid and fully electric technologies of vessel performance.

 

11:10 The Southern Hemispheres’ first fully electric high performance passenger ferry

  • Background inspiration for the project
  • Partners for its design and development
  • Approach to charging infrastructure
  • The challenges faced and how these were overcome
  • Plans for the future

Elizabeth Yeaman, Managing Director, Retyna

11:30 Crew transfer vessels (CTV) for green operations

  • Understanding the design drivers
  • Meeting the changing demands of the offshore wind sector
  • CTVs in the post-carbon future
  • What will the CTV of the future look like?

Lea Hurst, Head of Fleet, CWind

11:50 The new high-speed ferries - faster and cheaper

  • Energy-efficient hulls: performance of different hull types
  • Zero-emission drivelines: batteries and fuel-cells
  • Comparing fuels: performance and cost of diesel, biodiesel, hydrogen and batteries
  • Charging infrastructure: containerized solutions
  • The Stockholm Boatplan: the transition to zero-emission 2030 at no extra cost
  • Beluga24: designed for waterborne commuting in urban areas

Hans Thornell, Founder & Chairman, Green City Ferries


12:10 Open discussion and Q&A

12:30 Networking lunch

 

SESSION 7: INNOVATIVE VESSEL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS

This session will discuss the cost of building future green vessels, solutions for reducing power demand to improve vessel performance and showcase innovative in hybrid super ferries.

 

13:40 Retrofitting vessels to meet decarbonisation targets

  • What are the considerations and drivers for retrofitting?
  • Retrofit or newbuild?
  • Hybrid or fully electric?
  • Costs of retrofits versus newbuild
  • Improving the safety and efficiency of existing vessels through reduced emissions

Ferhat Acuner, General Manager, NAVTEK Naval Technologies

 

14:00 Reducing power demand and fine tuning the duty cycle for optimum performance

  • How the reduction of vessel power demands improves the vessel performance
  • Optimising vessel design for electric propulsion
  • Analysis of the duty cycle to highlight the micro wins
  • Factoring in developing infrastructure
  • Utilisation of developing technologies for increased system performance
  • Connected systems and their control
  • High performing and efficient architecture selection
  • The importance of duty cycle performance modelling

Paul Simavari, Business Development Manager, Europe Marine, BAE Systems

14:20 Case study: P&O introduce a landmark class of hybrid super ferry to the UK short sea route in 2022

  • Overview of SOTF
  • Description of propulsion system

- All PODs (no bow thrusters)

- 8MWH class2 battery packs upgradable to full battery ops

- Equipped for cold ironing

  • Benefits to operations of the vessel
  • Remote connectivity concepts of CBM
  • Advanced PODs and ship design to improve turnaround times in port

Dave Gorshkov, Senior Technical Superintendent, P&O Ferries

 

14:40 Open discussion and Q&A

15:00 Networking coffee break

SESSION 8: PORT AND OFFSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE AND CHARGING OPTIONS

Assessing shoreside and port infrastructure challenge and opportunities, reviewing innovations in offshore recharging facilities and understanding shipowners’ requirements for port, shoreside and offshore refuelling.

 

15:40 MBF’s vision for shoreside and offshore charging

  • MBF will share their initiatives for shore power in the UK
  • Why it is important to have shore power for all vessels with batteries
  • Main challenges, barriers – but also opportunities
  • Benefits of shore power and offshore charging

Senior Representative, Maritime Battery Forum

16:00 Shoreside and port infrastructure

  • Accommodating the growing hybrid and electric market
  • What infrastructure and charging facilities will be required? Are ports meeting vessel owners’ needs?
  • Shoreside charging infrastructure standards
  • Advantages of shore power while ships are docked
  • Other considerations: which fuel types will vessels require?

Maria Bos, CEO, Plug

16:20 Innovations in offshore electric charging facilities

  • Review of the technology
  • Technical and commercial considerations
  • Potential benefits and applications

Sebastian Toft, Venture Partner, Maersk Supply Service

16:40 Open discussion and Q&A

17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks

 

17:05 End of conference

 

*Programme subject to change/amendments

 

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Companies attending to date:

 

Allset Industries
BAE Systems
Equinor
Caterpillar Marine
CMB Tech
CWind
EAS Batteries
Echandia Marine
European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC)
FiFI4 Marine
Framo
GE Energy Power Conversion
Green City Ferries
Grimaldi
Hackforth
Hoglund
Hydrogen Europe
Kongsberg Maritime
KWx
Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Europe)
Maritime Battery Forum
Maritime Bergen
Maersk Supply Service
Maritime Projects
Navtek Naval Technologies
Norce
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Norled
Norwegian Electric Systems
Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA)
Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Pollution
Pilotfish
Plug Prototech
Retyna
Robert Allan
Rolls Royce Solutions
Schottel Nordic
SEAM
SEA-LNG
SINTEF Ocean
SINTEF Industry
Saga Pure
Spear Power Systems
Stödig Ship Management
Techsol Marine
TECO 2030
Torvald Klaveness
The Defence Materiel Organisation - Dutch DMO
Ulstein International
VARD
VULKAN Italia
WinGD
Wilhelmsen Group
Zero Emission Industries

Nedstack

Bertel o. Steen Power Solutions AS

American Bureau of Shipping, ABS

P&O Ferries

 



Who should attend in 2021:

  • Vessel owners and operators
  • System Integrators
  • Naval architects
  • Classifications societies
  • Industry associations
  • Port Authorities
  • Investors
  • Technology suppliers
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Analysts and consultants

 

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Venue

 

Scandic Ørnen

Lars Hillesgate 18 | NO-5008 Bergen | Tlf: +47 55 37 50 00 | scandichotels.no

 

Scandic Ørnen is Bergen’s largest and newest conference hotel, opened in spring 2014. The hotel has an attractive location in the city centre. Only 3 minutes walk from Bergen Train Station and Airport bus first stop into town.

Scandic Ørnen has 16 meeting rooms with conference facilities for up to 400 guests. All equipped with the latest AV equipment, lighting and ventilation.

Appropriately enough for Bergen’s new meeting place, the meeting rooms have been named after the weathers. The hotel won shortly after opening “Property Price 2014”, for its unique design and architecture. The hotel has 368 rooms, of which 37 are customized for disabled. With 2 restaurants, café and rooftop terrace on the 9th floor.

 


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