eNEWS:

Energy Transition

http://www.nextgen-marine.com/media/images/next-gen-marine-energy-logo.jpg

NEXT GEN Marine ENERGY Training

4 Hour Course

Delivered in person or via Zoom or Teams

Focus on sub 24m vessels - Relevant for 25m to 100m

Topics include:

Understanding energy use for boats versus ships.

Diesel & petrol ICE in the maritime workplace.

UK, EU, international standards & policy.

Re-power of boat fleets in a changing world.

Factors affecting 100% battery-electric adoption.

Performance and safety of Lithium Ion batteries.

Parallel & series hybrid systems.

Hydrogen for fuel cell & as dual fuel in ICE.

Fuel & energy security, stability of supply.

Technology readiness levels of boats & infrastructure.

What can we specify now - by 2025 - by 2030.

Why Attend?

This course provides the latest information and is highly relevant to ALL stakeholders involved in or associated with energy transition of surface vessels.

Course Objectives

Course aims to provide awareness of changing energy requirements for
sub 24m sectors and the challenges of decarbonising boat fleets.
Relevant for 25m to 100m vessels as infrastructure evolves.

Who Should Attend?

Professional maritime organisations and those with a policy interest in decarbonisation. Also supply, support and operational sectors including OEMs, boat builders, refit yards, engineers, naval architects, ports and harbours.

Course Developer

John Haynes has organised working groups, workshops and conferences on next generation marine power & propulsion and stored energy attended
by hundreds of significant international organisations. 
See NEXT GEN Attendees

CPD Certificate

A certificate is issued to each person attending the course
to support Continuing Professional Development.

Further Information

Claire Donnelly 

+44 (0)7709 675258

claire@shockmitigation.com

eNews

View all >

20.10.2022
NEXT GEN Marine HYDROGEN - October 2022

With safety always front and centre, NEXT GEN Marine…

Read more >

eArticle

View all >

01.02.2021
How Can Offshore Sector Finance Hybrid Power

Other transport sectors around the world are successfully utilising…

Read more >

Events

View all >

Seawork 2023

Dates:
13 - 15 June 2023
Location:
Mayflower Park, Southampton, UK

Read more >

Video

View all >

Round The World solar boat Turanor PlanetSolar

MS Tûranor PlanetSolar is the largest solar boat in the world. This 35 metre (115 feet) catamaran operates solely on…

Read more >