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Maritime Hybrid & Electric Conference, North America

08:00 - 13:00
PST

Powering the drive towards a sustainable green maritime sector

 

To complement our hugely successful webinar week series, Riviera’s conference programme has moved online, allowing our global communities to continue to connect, network and gather knowledge whilst remaining safe until our live conference programme returns. Networking is a key element of our virtual conferences with ample opportunity to arrange your meetings, keep on top of your daily routine, and still have some personal time. And the best part of all, registration is complimentary!

 

Driven by the compelling benefits of reduced fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and maintenance, the application of hybrid, electric, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies is accelerating across the marine sector. These technologies will clearly have a pivotal role in the years ahead as shipping transitions towards decarbonisation.

Through a series of individual presentations and panel discussions, this two-day conference will explore the rapid advances in these technologies, examining the technical, regulatory and operational challenges and benefits. Central to the agenda will be the discussion of real-world applications and operational experiences from North America and international vessel owners.

Also addressed on the programme will be the role of government and the availability of ‘green’ financing to support investments in these technologies and shoreside infrastructure at ports, terminals and harbours.

For more than two decades, Riviera Maritime Media has been a leader in producing well-respected marine conferences, exploring key topics, trends and technologies impacting the marine industry. In 2019 in Bergen, Norway, it was the very first media organisation to launch a maritime hybrid-electric conference for deep sea shipping. The popularity and success of this event served to highlight the need for knowledge-sharing in this growing sector. Key to all Riviera events is the sharing of information, expert discussion and analysis and unparalleled networking opportunities. We hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be another lively and insightful event.

 

For any event queries please contact Mirella Charter on mirella.charter@rivieramm.com
For any sales queries please contact Indrit Kruja on indrit.kruja@rivieramm.com

 

 

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Our Conference Pass includes access to the virtual exhibition, unlimited conference sessions, matchmaking, networking and more.

 

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Conference Programme

Delivering insightful content presented by expert speakers, our Conference Programme offers exclusive access to live and on-demand sessions.

 

FULL PROGRAMME

 

Designed to suit your schedule and overcome current travel restrictions - network, engage and debate from the comfort and safety of your desk.

 

 

Maximise your Conference Pass

Your Conference Pass gives you access to multiple opportunities to expand your delegate experience and bring value back into your business.

  • Join our expert Conference Programme sessions
  • Engage in the Live Debate - ask questions, answer polls
  • Set your Meeting Agenda with peers and key suppliers
  • Experience AI-powered Matchmaking
  • Join Group Discussions

 

 

The virtual event concept is new

 

You may be experiencing a virtual event for the first time this year. Riviera has partnered with industry leader Swapcard to maximise your experience as well as help you transition. Take a few moments to view the Attendee Experience video to guide you and help you to explore the new opportunities our virtual conference offers. You’ll learn to:

 

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  • View Live Conference Content
  • Network and Build Contact Lists
  • Schedule and Host Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The conference platform will be open one week before the Conference Programme gets underway for delegates to arrange meetings online and for exhibitors to respond to enquiries:

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All Speakers


Miles McKinnon

Miles McKinnon

Engineering Manager, Electrical and Control Systems
British Columbia Ferry Services
Kristian Eikeland Holmefjord

Kristian Eikeland Holmefjord

EVP and Project Director Fuel Cells
Corvus Energy
Sveinung Odegard

Sveinung Odegard

VP Sales North America
Corvus Energy
Joseph W. Pratt

Joseph W. Pratt

CEO & CTO
Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine
Morgan Brown

Morgan Brown

CEO
Green City Ferries West
Daniel Frank

Daniel Frank

Marine Engineer Technical Director
HMS Ferries
Elise Georgeff

Elise Georgeff

Associate Researcher
International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Chris McKay

Chris McKay

Marine Operations Manager
Maid of the Mist
Thina Margrethe Saltvedt

Thina Margrethe Saltvedt

Chief Analyst Sustainable Finance
Nordea Bank
Arne Brathole

Arne Brathole

Surveyor - Passenger Vessels
Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA)
John Snyder

John Snyder

Managing Editor
Riviera Maritime Media Ltd
Joe Burgard

Joe Burgard

President
Red and White Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruises
Harly Penner

Harly Penner

Director of Fleet Engineering & Vessel Development
Seaspan Ferries Corporation
Brent Perry

Brent Perry

CEO
SPBES
Micah Tucker

Micah Tucker

Principal/President
Tucker Yacht Design
LT William Williams

LT William Williams

Staff Engineer - Electrical Branch
USCG Marine Safety Center
Gisle Anderssen

Gisle Anderssen

Business Development Manager - North America
Vard Electro
Joshua Berger

Joshua Berger

Governor's Maritime Sector Lead / Associate Director & Board Chair and Founder
Washington State Dept of Commerce & Washington Maritime Blue

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Programme

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Powering the drive towards a sustainable green maritime sector

This conference will start at 08:00 PST | 16:00 GMT

 

DAY 1: MONDAY 1 MARCH 2021

08:00 Welcome and introduction from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

 



08:10 Spotlight interview: WA State’s drive to accelerate innovation and a sustainable maritime economy

  • Plans to build a green, efficient and sustainable maritime sector.
  • Developing a collaborative approach with all stakeholders.
  • Developing best practice in the sector.
  • Innovations in technology and design.
  • Future plans.

Joshua Berger, Governor’s Maritime Sector Lead / Associate Director, Washington State Department of Commerce / and Board Chair and Founder, Washington Maritime Blue

 

08:25 Live Q&A

 


SESSION 1: NORTH AMERICAN MARKET OUTLOOK AND REGULATORY UPDATES

A comprehensive insight into the status of the green fuel vessels’ market in North America, and an assessment of the latest regulatory updates and industry standards.

 

08:35 Status and outlook for green fuels in the North American maritime sector

  • How mature is the hybrid and electric vessels’ market?
  • Which power sources are currently favoured and why?
  • What are the preferred green fuel options and why?
  • All-electric developments and which vessel types will adopt the technology over the next few years.

John Snyder, Riviera Maritime Media America’s Editor

08:45 Maritime battery regulations in the US

  • Defining the regulatory framework.
  • Existing regulatory and industry standards.
  • What are the latest regulatory updates?
  • What future regulation is required?

LT William Williams, Staff Engineer – Electrical Branch, USCG Marine Safety Center

 

08:55 Live Q&A session – ask the experts
Your opportunity to question the speakers – submit your questions throughout the session.


09:15 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

SESSION 2: INNOVATIONS IN BATTERY TECHNOLOGY, RISK MITIGATION AND NEW SAFETY STANDARDS

A detailed review of innovations in battery and energy storage systems, developments in assuring fire safety onboard and enhancing safety standards of energy storage solutions.

 

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10:00 Driving developments further on battery technology

  • Innovations in battery technology – a look into the past and the future.
  • How benefits and applications vary with different vessel types and saving potential for the various ship types.
  • How to adapt the technology to your vessel and system sizing.
  • Standardisation solutions for increased flexibility and scaling.

Sveinung Odegard, VP Sales North America, Corvus Energy

10:15 Battery safety factors: mitigating battery fires onboard vessels – learning from Norway

  • How to make marine batteries safer in the future - reducing the risk of fire.
  • Developing guidelines and rules for maritime battery and hybrid applications.
  • Challenges in battery room design and fire suppression equipment.
  • Emergency response procedures and training.
  • Sharing lessons learned on vessel battery fires to strengthen safety.

Arne Brathole, Fire Safety Engineer, Norwegian Maritime Authority

 

10:25 Understanding the new DNV 2020 rules - enhancing safety standards of energy storage solutions (ESS)

As the use of Energy Storage Solutions (ESS) has grown steadily over recent years, the industry has come to recognise he risk that thermal runaway (where a fire in one cell releases hydrogen gas and spreads to another cell) poses. Brent will discuss the technology developments behind these new standards of safety, what they mean for the wider industry, and how owners can be aware of, and stay one step ahead of, the risk of thermal runaway and the risks it presents to their vessels and crew.

Brent Perry, CEO, Sterling PlanB

10:35 Live Q&A session – ask the experts
Your opportunity to question the speakers – submit your questions throughout the session.

 

11:00 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

SESSION 3: DEMONSTRATING THE BUSINESS CASE AND ASSESSING FINANCING FOR GREEN VESSELS

Leading experts in the maritime space will deliver concrete arguments demonstrating the benefits of adopting hybrid, electric, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, and the challenge of obtaining green financing.

 

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11:40 Building the business case for hybrid and electric vessels in North America

  • Realising the benefits of hybrid and electric.
  • What are the technology challenges?
  • Assessing capex and opex.
  • Strategies reducing development, operational and maintenance costs.

Miles McKinnon, Engineering Manager, Electrical and Control Systems, British Columbia Ferry Services

11:50 Presenting the use case for hydrogen and fuel cell-powered vessels in North America

  • Benefits of hydrogen and fuel cells as alternative green fuels.
  • What are the development and technology challenges?
  • Capex and opex assessed.
  • Initiatives to help drive down the costs of development and operation.

Joseph W. Pratt, CEO & CTO, Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine

 

12:00 The green finance revolution

  • Status of the financing scene for green vessels.
  • How big an impact will the Poseidon Principles have on forcing clean shipping?
  • Where will the financing come from – traditional markets or other sectors?
  • What does the next 12-24 months look like?

Thina Margrethe Saltvedt, Chief Analyst Sustainable Finance, Nordea Bank

12:10 Live Q&A session – ask the experts
Your opportunity to question the speakers – submit your questions throughout the session.

 

12:35 Closing remarks from the conference chairman

 

12:40 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

 

DAY 2: TUESDAY 2 MARCH 2021

08:00 Welcome and introduction from Riviera Maritime Media

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

 


 

08:05 Spotlight interview: Insight into the use of hydrogen and fuel cells in the maritime sector

  • Best fit operating profiles for utilisation of fuel cells.
  • Collaboration and partnering as the route to success.
  • What are the barriers to wide scale usage of hydrogen & fuel cells in the shipping sector?
  • What does the future hold?

Joe Burgard, President, Red and White Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruises

 

08:20 Live Q&A

 


SESSION 4: HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELLS AS THE GREEN OPTIONS FOR MARITIME TRANSPORTATION

Introducing the latest in fuel for fuel cell technologies, demonstrating the key benefits of the principal green fuels and fuel cell applications currently being adopted by the maritime industry.

 

Sponsored by:

 

08:30 Adding fuel cells to batteries - Corvus marine fuel cell development

  • Zero emission in a technology perspective for the maritime industry.
  • The harmony between fuel cells and batteries.
  • Energy carriers and power conversion.
  • Putting fuel cells to work in the maritime industry.
  • Optimization according to vessel types, cost and operation - what are the ideal configurations.

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

08:45 ZE fast ferries viable today with advances in batteries, fuel cells and vessel design

  • Advanced marine batteries – safer, longer life, super-fast charging.
  • Lower weight, less friction equates to less energy and longer range.
  • Model T versus Ferrari – single platform volume (battery & fuel cell) versus one-off.
  • Green finance (e.g. Boatplan Stockholm 2025): long-term contract = 0 capex.

Morgan Brown, CEO, Green City Ferries West

 

09:00 Estimating infrastructure developments of North America – demand, storage and methods

  • North America’s initiatives for hydrogen .
  • The key to scaling up – route-based feasibility of liquid hydrogen as alternative fuel.
  • Optimized refueling locations in North America.
  • Expected demand of fuel at North American ports.
  • Storage considerations.

Elise Georgeff, Associate Researcher, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)

 

09:10 Live Q&A session – ask the experts

Your opportunity to question the speakers – submit your questions throughout the session.

 

09:35 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

SESSION 5: NEWBUILDS, RETROFITS AND VESSEL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

This session will highlight factors to be considered when designing a newbuild or retrofitting vessels for the installation of hybrid, battery and fuel cell power systems.

 

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10:15 Case Study: Is retrofitting the key to realising decarbonisation in the maritime sector?

  • Drivers and considerations for retrofitting vessels.
  • Retrofitting versus and fleets to meet zero-emission requirements.
  • Cost drivers and influencers.
  • Case study findings.

Gisle Anderssen, Business Development Manager – North America, Vard Electro

 

10:30 Towards vessels electrification - challenges of retrofitting to battery power

  • What are the considerations and drivers for retrofitting?
  • Layout and energy storage factors.
  • Improving safety and efficiency of existing vessels and meeting carbon-free objectives.
  • Short- and long-term benefits.
  • Experiences and lessons learned.

Daniel Frank, Marine Engineer Technical Director, HMS Ferries

 

10:45 Case study: Maid of the Mist’s journey to fully electric operations

  • Operational and in-service considerations.
  • Design and construction.
  • Lessons learned.

Chris McKay, Marine Operations Manager, Maid of the Mist
Micah Tucker, Principal/President, Tucker Yacht Design

11:00 Live Q&A session – ask the experts

Your opportunity to question the speakers – submit your questions throughout the session.

 

11:20 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

SESSION 6: LEARNING FROM THE WORLD’S PIONEERS

Key industry leaders will share views on their green shipping journey – the business case for hybrid, all-electric, hydrogen and fuel cell-powered vessels, the operational challenges faced and the achievements to acknowledge.

 

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12:00 Live discussion and Q&A with the experts

  • The path to meeting zero-emissions targets across the globe.
  • Benefits of green fuel technologies in the maritime sector.
  • Identifying and overcoming the barriers to entry.
  • The investment conundrum.
  • Which alternative fuels will take the lead?
  • Operational challenges and achievements.
  • Future requirements and opportunities.

Panellists:
Miles McKinnon, Engineering Manager, Electrical and Control Systems, British Columbia Ferry Services
Joseph W. Pratt, CEO & CTO, Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine

Morgan Brown, CEO, Green City Ferries West
Micah Tucker, Principal/President, Tucker Yacht Design
Harly Penner, Director of Fleet Engineering & Vessel Development, Seaspan Ferries Corporation

 

12:50 Closing remarks from the conference chairman

 

12:55 Networking and meet the exhibitors - maximise your networking
Time for a break to catch up on emails or grab a coffee and network through one-to-one meetings with fellow attendees and exhibitors. This session will also provide a platform for our partners to showcase their products and services and remotely connect with existing and new contacts.

 

* Programme subject to change/amendments

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Who's Attended?

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Who’s attended?

3GA Marine
AB Volvo Penta
ABB Marine & Ports
ABB Marine Service
ABB Switzerland
ABS
ACCNOVUS
ACCURE Battery Intelligence
Adwatec
Aegean Navigations
AIMS-Global Engineering
AKM Power System
Al Masaood
Alconsult International / CESAR University of Calgary
Alfa Laval
Alpha Bulkers Shipmanagement
Altra Industrial Motion
American Global Maritime
AmNav Maritime
Anglo Eastern
APM Terminals Med Port Tangier
APSEZ
AqualisBraemar
Aries Marine
Ariexpo Engineering
Artemis Technologies
AtebTec
Atlantis Marine
Auckland Transport
Aurecon
Aurosolar
Austal
AVL List
B&FC
BAC Maritime
BAE Systems
Baker Hughes
Bakker Sliedrecht
Ballard Power Systems
Baudouin Middle East
Bay Ship and Yacht
BC Ferries
BE
Bender
Berg Propulsion
Bergen Engines
Berkshire Hathaway Energy
BHP Petroleum
BIA Energy
Bibby Marine
BLOM Maritime
Blue Pony Energy
Bluefin Marine
BMA
BMT Canada
Boatlabs
Bourbon Interoil Nigeria
Bournmouth Power and Control Services
BP
Bureau Veritas
Bureau Veritas Marine (Canada)
CalCed
Caledonian Maritime Assets
California Air Resources Board
Campbell Transportation
Canadian Coast Guard
Canal Marine & Industrial Inc
Capilano Maritime Design
CARB
Carnival
Caterpillar
CdA
CEC
Certh - Nanelec
CGT
Chandris (Hellas) Inc
Chart Industries
Chief Link
Chilean Navy
Chord X
CIMC Raffles Offshore
Classification Society
Clean Air Engineering - Maritime
Climb Advisers
CMJ Marine
CNOOC
CNR-INM (Italian National Research)
CO-TU-NAV
Combined Energies
Comsys
Conrad LNG
Conrad Shipyard
Core Power UK
Council - Institute for Marine Engineering)
Cochin Shipyard
Colebrook Offshore
Conrad Shipyards
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche INM Roma
Controlled Natural Gas
Corvus Energy
CSM
Cummins
Daikai Engineering
Danfoss
Deif
Department of Ship Technology
DESMI
Deutz Asia Pacific
DFO
DNV GL
DNV GL Singaproe
Dogu Law Firm
Duke One
E J Bowman

Earthed
Eaton Italy
EAS Batteries
EBDG
Echandia Marine Consulting
Ecomar Propulsion
Ecospeed Marine
Ecospray Technologies
Eezza
Elcano Shipping Company
Element 1 Corp
ELI Consulting
Elkon
eMarine Global
Emerson Aventics
Empresa Naviera Elcano
EMRA Controls Corp
ENAG
Enbridge Gas
Engine Distribution
EnTrust Global
Equinor
Esco Power
ETCH Mobility
Euronav Singapore
European Commission
EV Maritime
EvBo
Executive Offshore
Executive Ship Management
Expleo Group
Exponent International
F Icaza Y Cia
Falls of Clyde International
Fednav
Finanzauto SAU
Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding
Finning
Flow Ship Design
Flux Marine
FMG
Focal Marine & Offshore
Foreship
Foss Maritime
Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer
Foundry Mountain Infrastructure Partners
Friede & Goldman
Frog Ferry
FRS Iberia
Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Research Centre/University of Birmingham
Fuji Electric Asia Pacific
Fuji Electric France
GE Energy Power Conversion
GE Power Conversion
GE Transportation
Geislinger
Global Maritime
Glosten
GN-z11 Aero Engineering

Golar LNG
Gottsegen Yachts

 

Green Award

Green City Ferries
Green Marine
Green Ship of the Future
Greenbay Marine
Greensill Capital
Greentech.one
Gregersen
Greywale Advisors
Guaran
Gulliksen Marine
H and S Energy Consultants
Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority
Hardec Marine
Hareid Group
Hawthorne Power Systems
Heinzmann Automation
Hellenic Shipyards
Hutchinson
Hy-Hybrid Energy
Hydrauvision
Icepronav Engineering
IHB ShipDesign
ILandMiami / Landing Solutions
Imeca
Incat Crowther
Indel Power Group
Indian Maritime University
Indmar
Inerjy
Ingenity
Innovation Norway
Inside Passage Decarbonization Project
International Maritime Industries
Institute of Electric Power Systems
Interlake Maritime Services
Interprogetti Genova
Ionada
IRISL
Isotta Fraschini Motori

IST - Insttuto Superior Technico
Istanbul Technical University
JA Mitsui Leasing Singapore
Jaeho Power
James Walker
John Joseph Advisory
JM
JRC
K&L Gates
KBR
Kirby Corp
Kline & Company
Kohler Power Systems
Kongsberg Maritime
Korindo Energy
Kraft Power Corporation
L&T Defence
LAVLE USA
LC Drives
LeadShip Engineering & Consulting
Leclanché
Lemissoler Navigation
Liebherr Components Biberach
Lloyd’s Register EMEA
LOC
Louisiana CAT
Low Carbon Chile
M3 Marine
Machinefabriek Bolier
Mack Boring & Parts
MAH2
Mahindra & Mahindra
Makefast
Malta Shipbrokers International
MAN Energy Solutions
Marmaras Navigation
Marine & Industrial Transmissions
Marine Jet Power
Marine Office
Marine Procurement
Maritime Consulting Partners
Märkisches Werk
Marocean
Marquis Management Group
Marstrat
Master Marine, Inc
MC TRADE
McDermott
McQuilling Renewables
McRae Electric
Mechartes Researchers
Mersey Consulting
Mfa
MHO-Co
Millbrook Revolutionary Engineering
Milton CAT
Minerva Marine
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
ML Power Systems
MMA Offshore Asia
Moran Towing Corp
Morson Projects
MSC Cruise Management
MSE International
MTU America
MTU Friedrichshafen
MTWB Consultancy
Murata
MY Maritime Services
NA Metal Services
Nador West Med Port Authority
Nanyang Technological University
National Energy
National Maritime Research Institute
National Service Alliance - Houston
National Technical University of Athens
Naval Academy (COL NAVY)
Navela
Naviera Transoceanica
NAVNAUTIK
Navtek Naval Technologies
NCE Maritime CleanTech
Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology
NeoGraf Solutions
NERC
NETSCo
New York Cruise Lines
NHL Stenden University
Nichols Brothers Boat Builders
Nidec Industrial Solutions

Nigerian Ports Authority
NOFUEL SAS

NoMIS Power Group
Nortek
Northern Lighthouse Board
Norwegian Consulate General
Norwegian Electric systems
Norwegian Embassy in Washington DC
NTNU
NYCDOT Staten Island Ferry
Ocean Autonomy Cluster
Ocean Energy & Marine Ecosystem
Ocean Group
Oceanic Engineering Consultants
Oceanking New Ship Sales
Oldendorff Carriers
OLOCOM
Omniship
OneSpaWorld
OneStep Power Solutions

Optima Projects
Orient Register of Shipping
Ortech Marine
Ortlinghaus Werke
Oryx Shipping
OSM Group
OSM Maritime
Osmosis
OSWALD Elektromotoren
Pacific Drilling
Pacific Mobility Group
Pacific Power Group
Palmer Johnson Power Systems
Panama Canal Authority
Paramount Maritime
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Finland
Path to Freedom
Patti Marine Enterprises
Penguin International
Penske Australia
Petrobras
Pon Equipment and Pon Power
Pon Power
Power House
PowerCell
Princess Cruises

 

 

Pronav
Proton Motor Fuel Cell

Pruftechnik
PSA MarinePureteQ
Qatar Petroleum
QuinetiQ
Ramme Electric Machines
Ready About Enterprises
Red and White Cruises
Red and White Fleet
Red Sea Marine Services
Reintjes Asia Pacific
Remolcadores Ultratug
Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting
Ren Energy
Revay Coating Consultants

Revolution Design
Ricardo
Richardson Marine services
RINA Services
RIX Industries
RMC
RNDV Holding
Robert Allan Ltd
Robert Bosch
Robert E Derecktor
Rolls-Royce Electrical
Rolls-Royce Power Systems - MTU
Roos Strategic Partners
Royal IHC
Royal Navy
Royal Yachting Association
RRPS
RTG Communications
SACSKO Engineering
Saga Cruises
Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies
Sanmar Shipyards
SCAQMD
SCF
SCHOTTEL
Schulte Marine Concept
Scorpio Group
Scottish Development International
Sea Green Engineering

Sea Transport Solutions
SEACOR Marine
Seabulk Offshore Services
Seadrill
Sealedge Marine
Seaspan Ferries
Seaspan Ship Management
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards
Seaways Marine and Shipping Services
Seijiro Yazawa Iwai
Sembcorp Marine, Singapore
Sempra LNG
SERCO
SES-X Marine Technologies
Shell Trading And Shipping company
Siemens Digital Industries

Siemens Energy
Sinochem Oil Co

Sinor Marine Technologies
Snijders Electrotechniek
Solent University
Sotreq
Southern Ocean Marine Engineering Solutions
Sovcomflot
SPBED
SPE
SRC Group
Stabilis Marine
Star Ferries
Starbulk
Startup Wharf
Steerprop
Sterling PlanB
STM
Strategic Marine
Swanbarton
Svitzer Australia
SWITCH Maritime
T2M/Enerburn
Tankerska Plovidba
Tarmac Marine
Technology Venture Middle East Marine Services
Techsol Marine
Técnico Solar Boat
Tecno Electric
TECO 2030
Teekay Gas
Thomas MacNaughton YDS
The Building People - DOE
The Viswa Group
Thermamax
Thome Group
Thrustmaster of TX
Tidewater
Timken
TLR Applied Mechanics
Tmax Germany
Tmax Group
TNO
Tolani Maritime Institute
Torcal Power

Torqeedo
TOTE Services
Toyota Motor Europe
TradeMark Insurance Agency
Transfluid
Transpress
TransTech a Wabtec Company
Trident Maritime Systems
Tritek Power & Automation
Trouvalis Automation
TTSL
Turk Loydu
Turquoise Yachts
UFF
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Marine Design Center
UACh
UBC
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers
UC Riverside
Ulstein China
Unitrove
University College London
University of Birmingham
University of Strathclyde, NAOME
UNSW
US Army Corps of Engineers
US Hybrid
USACE
USTO-MB/ENERGIM
V.Ships Offshore Asia
Vard Design
Vard Electro
Veracity Technologies
Veth Propulsion
VFC, Veenstra Fishery Consultant
Victoria Shipyards
Viking Cruise Line
Vision Ridge Partners
ViswaLab
Vita Yachts
Voith US
Volvo Penta
Vulkan
Wabtec
Wajax
Wärtsilä Canada
Wärtsilä China
Wärtsilä Finland
Washington State Ferries
Watershed
Westcon Power & Automation
WETA
WFS
Wilhelmsen Ship Management
Wilson Sons Estaleiros
Wilson Sons Offshore
Wilson Sons Shipyards
WindandSea Research
Winterthur Gas & Diesel
World Fuel Services
WSF WSDOT
Yara Marine Technologies
Yaskawa Environmental Energy / The Switch
Yildiz Technical University
Zener Maritime
Zener Maritime Solutions Singapore
ZF Friedrichshafen
ZF Marine Krimpen
ZF Marine Propulsion Systems
ZHDC

 

 

Why attend?

At a time when networking, knowledge sharing and lead sourcing for companies looking to embrace Hybrid & Electric technology has been severely restricted, Riviera are providing a route to accessing the significant technological developments in the industry and the opportunity to forge meaningful business connections and generate the new business leads key to maintaining commercial operations.

With our industry leading platform, Swapcard, you will experience all the benefits you have come to expect from a live event as well as online benefits you might not have experienced before, including: profiling and AI powered matchmaking, a virtual exhibition, online meeting rooms, live chat, and more.

 

 

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Join the live discussion, ask questions, answer polls

  • Participate in the Q&A
  • Answer polls and review results
  • Access other live discussions
  • See who is online
  • Engage with other attendees
  • Access other sessions

 

 

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Experience the new technical exhibition

 

Discover new solutions and collaborate with key suppliers virtually

  • Live chat with sales staff for swift responses
  • Schedule meetings for more in-depth discussions
  • Watch live product demonstrations with Q&A
  • Download case studies, exhibitor brochures and product information

 

 

AI powered matchmaking

 

Matchmaking enables you to search for and make new connections through our online portal ahead of and throughout the virtual event, allowing you to extract far more from your attendance than just a business card. All you need to do is select your topics of interest and our AI powered matchmaking will suggest connections for you.

 

Our matchmaking feature includes:

  • Recommendations of who to meet
  • Intelligent searches allowing you to see who’s online with matching interests
  • Building contact lists to takeaway
  • Booking virtual meetings, either 1-1 or in groups

 

 

Meet the right people with AI powered matchmaking

  • Explore recommendations
  • See who’s online with matching interests
  • Use advanced filters to find relevant contacts
  • Chat with anyone
  • Build contact lists to takeaway
  • Book virtual meetings

 

 

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Join group discussions

 

Engage a focussed view with group discussions

  • Create as many group discussions as you like
  • Share knowledge and exchange views
  • Seek new solutions and recommendations
  • Join current groups in the chatroom
  • Keep in touch with the live programme

 

 

 

Attendees will include:

  • Battery manufacturers
  • Fuel cell manufacturers
  • Engine manufacturers
  • Systems integrators
  • Naval architects
  • Vessel owners and operators
  • Industry associations
  • Classifications societies
  • Analysts and consultants
  • Technology suppliers

 

 

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The new technical exhibition is more than just virtual

 

The demand for new technologies and innovative solutions is not diminished by the current restrictions we face and the market continues to look for the right products and services to feed its operations. Riviera’s online conference platform enables us to offer attendees an enhanced interactive exhibition experience as well as a flexible and proactive approach for exhibitors with high quality business tools, allowing you to engage with an increased global audience.

 

As an exhibitor, the virtual experience offers all you would expect from a stand at a premium event and more. With Riviera’s virtual platform, industry-leader, Swapcard, has taken those existing expectations to a new level.

 

 

 

 

View the Exhibitor Experience and explore the benefits

  • Review the Exhibitor Portal
  • Set up your Virtual Exhibition Stand
  • Organise and Manage your Meetings
  • Network and Build Contact Lists
  • Showcase Products and Services

 

 

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Customise your Stand

  • Brand your Space
  • Showcase with Product Video
  • Run Live Demonstrations
  • Engage via Live Chat or Video
  • Invite Brochures by Request

 

AI Powered Matchmaking

  • Explore Recommendations
  • See Who’s Online with Matching Interests
  • Use Advanced Filters to Find Contacts
  • Invite Matches to Chat or Meet
  • Improve Lead Generation
  • Build Quality Lists to Takeaway

 

 

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Network and Engage

(New dashboard coming in 2021)

  • Focus your Networking with Matchmaking
  • Respond to Live Chat Enquiries
  • Arrange Video Meetings
  • Send Meeting Reminders
  • Extend your Reach with Riviera’s Global Audience

 

Enhanced Analytics

  • Exhibitor Analytics Dashboard
  • Lead Scoring
  • Lead Source Tracking
  • Tagging Product and Services
  • Live Data on Prospects

 

Lead Generation +++

 

Before: the platform will be open one week before the conference for attendees to review the attendee list, send meeting invitations and plan their schedule.

 

During: the programme schedule includes networking breaks and time to explore exhibitor profiles, send enquiries via live chat or take video meetings all in real time

 

After: content is accessible for up to 90 days after the conference ends extending lead generation opportunities. Riviera’s website at www.rivieramm.com will showcase news items and conference highlights post event further strengthening its lifecycle and opportunities for further engagement via SEO

 

 

Exhibition Opening: (beginning one week prior)

Exhibitors will be online to meet attendees virtually and respond to enquiries:

 

 

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If you are interested in exhibiting at the virtual conference, please contact:

Indrit Kruja - Brand Manager, indrit.kruja@rivieramm.com or call +44 7958 263724

 

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Tickets

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Choose your conference pass here

 

Whether you’re an invited VIP keen on getting ahead of industry trends and meet new suppliers or you are a supplier of products and services and are keen to understand the challenges your customers face, network and meet potential buyers of your services, choose your conference pass.

 


Conference Pass (UK/EU registered businesses)

PRICE: GBP 149 +VAT*

offer expires 31/01/21 (price from 01/02/21 will be £249 +VAT)

  • Unlimited access to all live streamed conference sessions
  • Access to virtual exhibition
  • Access to the presentation materials after the event
  • Unlimited access to the on-demand library of conference recordings
  • Full use of virtual matchmaking and contacts download: Unlimited meeting requests with exhibitors and attendees
  • Membership to the Maritime Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cells Community (launching this year)
  • Virtual networking breaks

*VAT liability is applied under the reverse-charge mechanism for VAT registered businesses within the EU. Your VAT number is required when purchasing.

VAT at standard rate applies to all UK businesses.

 

Watch on demand here

 

 

 


 

Conference Pass (non-UK/EU registered businesses)

PRICE: GBP 149

offer expires 31/01/21 (price from 01/02/21 will be £249)

  • Unlimited access to all live streamed conference sessions
  • Access to virtual exhibition
  • Access to the presentation materials after the event
  • Unlimited access to the on-demand library of conference recordings
  • Full use of virtual matchmaking and contacts download: Unlimited meeting requests with exhibitors and attendees
  • Membership to the Maritime Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cells Community (launching this year)
  • Virtual networking breaks

 

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By registering for this event, Riviera Maritime Media Ltd, and its subsidiaries may use your information for direct marketing of related products and services and delivery of the virtual conference. For further privacy information please go to www.rivieramm.com/privacy-policy You may opt out of receiving communications by unsubscribing via the link contained within any of the communications we send or by emailing your request to privacy@rivieramm.com

 

An account will be created with our virtual event partner Swapcard with the information you have provided to access and participate in the conference. Once your account has been created you can use the platform to view the attendees’ list, register for live sessions, networking and much more. To view Swapcard’s data processing policies and your data protection rights go to www.swapcard.com/gdpr

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