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Amsterdam - The Netherlands - 25 to 27 June 2019

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2019 is being held from 25 to 27 June at RAI Exhibition Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The annual conference, exhibition and industry awards will showcase innovative power and propulsion technologies to an audience of system designers, ship owners, operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, naval architects and fleet operators.

Conference presentations will consider a number of electric and hybrid options along with associated technology for the propulsion of ships and small craft. Innovative power sources linked to future requirements include LNG and fuel cell technologies.

Electric & Hybrid Marine Conference Programme 2019

DAY 1 Moderator: Prof John Carlton -
Professor of marine engineering, City University London
AM: Simulation and Modelling
PM: Power Electronics and Control

DAY 2 Moderator: John Haynes - Managing Director, Shock Mitigation
AM: Case Studies and Applications
PM: Port Technology as a Driver of Marine Electrification

DAY 3 Moderator: Adrian Heuer,
Electrical energy storage scientist, Battery Engineering Group - Fraunhofer ISE
Developments in Energy Storage Systems

    In 2018 the global industry event drew around 3000 attendees to view 150 exhibitors, including some of the world’s leading research and development propulsion pioneers. Over 350 delegates attended the conference sessions.

    Electric & Hybrid Marine 2019 - Industry Awards

    A judging panel made up of leading industry experts, academics and maritime journalists will determine winners for the categories:-

    • Supplier of the Year
    • Engineering Team of the Year
    • Innovation of the Year
    • Propulsion System Manufacturer of the Year
    • Electric & Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year

    RIB & HSC is pleased to be a media partner and supporter of Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2019



Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2019 includes:

•    Test and measurement tools

•    Simulation software

•    Energy storage solutions including lithium-ion technology

•    Electric motors

•    Permanent magnet motors

•    Microturbines

•    Electric outboards

•    Cooling systems

•    Drive control systems

•    Brushless motors

•    AC/DC motors

•    Super-capacitors

•    Converters

•    Inverters

•    Diesel/electric generators

•    Gen-sets

•    Emission reduction technology

•    Exhaust gas cleaning systems / scrubbers

•    Waste heat recovery systems

•    Electric/hybrid control systems

•    Electric pod/bow/side thrusters

•    Electric/hybrid propulsion technology and systems

•    Electric/hybrid crane, winch, cargo door systems

•    Hybrid-electric drive systems

•    Systems integration

•    Ship-to-shore power

•    Battery charging systems

•    Fuel cell technology

•    LNG/hybrid propulsion


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