Yara has shown “great leadership” with the world’s first electric feeder vessel, said Leclanché’s chief executive – while batteries combined with fuel cells are the “next thing” for heavy long-distance transportation
A majority of the attendees at Riviera’s Maritime Hybrid & Electric Conference said costs dictated the propulsion choices of their companies, but believed hybrid electric technology is well along its road to maturity
Maritime Battery Forum’s annual conference, WATTS UP is back for the sixth time. The two days will include insightful and exciting presentations. The ship visit with dinner will be on board the Color Hybrid ( the world’s largest plug-in hybrid passenger vessel).
This two-day event is for regional maritime interests and those that trade with The Americas. It makes sense of prospects post 2020 and the short, medium and long-term implications of maritime decarbonisation.
An essential one-day forum for regional owners and operators wanting the inside track on how to optimise vessel operations and fleet-wide performance. Attendees come away with practical insights via a mix of case studies, roundtable workshops and presentations.
The Business Network for Offshore Wind’s International Partnering Forum (IPF) is the leading technical conference for offshore wind in the United States and is dedicated to moving the industry forward.