Today, the first of four battery-powered hybrid electric passenger-car ferries for the Norwegian shipowner Norled sailed from the Remontowa Shipbuilding SA into sea trials.
Hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to provide emission-free power for marine vessels without the need for backup generators or shore charging facilities and have been deployed in a number of applications since the turn of the century. Now, Japanese firm Yanmar Power Technology Co, has announced it is developing a fuel cell propulsion system for boats, based on Toyota’s automotive technology.
Rapid advances in battery technology are changing the marine industry, but can electric propulsion systems be commercially viable for large vessel types and transoceanic routes?
German marine propulsion systems manufacturer Schottel’s EcoPeller rudderpropeller will be installed in a vessel retrofit project for the first time.
Start R+D+I business, under the EU funded coaching service - Number of enterprises supported: 10 from Zachodniopomorskie Region. - The number of companies that can establish cooperation within the framework of the coaching service: 300 (Poland, abroad). - Form of service: personal (appointments in the office of the cluster/at the entrepreneur/ online).
The ELMAR project organises a study trip to Stockholm for public actors and small and medium companies who are interested in marine e-mobility with special focus on electric pax ships for urban (public) transport.
The water sports trade fair and boat show „2020 boot Düsseldorf”, held on 18 – 26 of January 2020, was attended by the group of the ELMAR project partners and cooperating companies. The group visit to the fair took place on 23 and 24 of January.
ELMAR seminar and demo boats workshop “Electric driven ships and technologies, ships and boats retrofit possibilities”, Klaipeda (LT), 3 December 2019
The meeting was opened by the representative of Klaipeda University, Mr. Vasilij Djackov, who also presented the findings of the report “Sales and supplier market analysis in Lithuania”.
The international water e-mobility conference took place in Yacht Klub Polski in Szczecin on 16 and 17 October 2019. The conference participants were presented with the outcomes of analyses of sales and supply markets for Germany, Poland and Lithuania (and other Baltic States). It was an opportunity to discuss the market potentials, conditions and niches for e-mobility on water in different countries of the Baltic Sea.
We have a pleasure to present the analysis of the market conditions for the development of the supply-chain of the electric water mobility. The market report constitutes one of the important milestones of ELMAR project, assumed in the project plan. Market analyses for other partner countries – Poland and Lithuania are currently in the process of elaboration.