In October 2020 our conference programme moved online, allowing our global communities to continue to connect, network and gather knowledge. Our virtual conferences offer ample opportunity to participate in live sessions, to arrange meetings and network, whilst also allowing attendees to keep on top of their daily routine, and still have some personal time.
After the successful launch event in Bergen in 2019, our conference returned in a new interactive virtual format, bringing together experts in the field to discuss the latest developments in hybrid and electric technologies driving this dynamic sector, with a regional focus on Europe.
Driven by the compelling benefits of reduced fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and maintenance, application of hybrid and electric and hydrogen fuel cell technologies is accelerating across the sector. These clean technologies will play a pivotal role in the decades ahead as the maritime sector transitions towards decarbonisation.
The session content is available below.
A session that provides a comprehensive insight into how Norway is progressing with its plan for green shipping, the latest market trends, drivers, a forecast for the next 12 months and an overview of regulatory developments.
This session identifies and defines the key risks, considers how to reduce the risk of fire through improved technologies and assesses the role industry players have in delivering safe maritime operations.
A panel of industry experts share their views on how COVID-19, a lack of offshore E&P and fluctuating oil prices have affected current and future green vessel developments.
A session that delivers the business case for hybrid and electric vessels and offers a vision of what the future may look like for hybrid and electric vessels in the years ahead.
A detailed analysis of the design influences for newbuilds, considerations for retrofitting and factors to be addressed in the conversion process.