Decarbonisation through propulsion
Looking at the medium term - 2025 onwards, Session 4 takes place on Thursday 6 May from 10:00 – 11:00 BST with the focus on Vessel design & technologies for the future - Focus on Propulsion systems: Hybrid Battery & Electric & SCR.
Hear direct from the panel of experts on how the use of hybrid battery and electric propulsion systems is improving efficiency and performance and making a difference in the step towards decarbonisation.
Learn more about:
- Safe and cost-effective energy storage through the use of flow batteries.
- Case study data on emissions reductions with the use of Servogear’s eco-flow propulsion system.
- Why MIT believe integration is key to maximising performance and ROI of zero and low carbon projects through complete system integration and vessel understanding.
Moderated by Andy Page, MD of Chartwell Marine, with the welcoming address being made by Kerrie Forster of The Workboat Association, speakers for Session 4 are;
Simon Powell – Operations Director, MSE International
Tom Binns – Sales Manager, MIT
Torleif Stokke – Managing Director, Servogear
REGISTER NOW for Session 4 of Workboat 2050, sponsored by Castoldi
Brought to you by the Commercial Marine Network in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, the 'Get set for Workboat 2050' conference series is held in association with The Workboat Association and supported by the Society of Maritime Industries, United Kingdom Maritime Pilots Association and the UK Harbour Masters Association. Culminating in a fifth live event at Seawork 2021, the series features expert panels whose aim is to help you navigate the waters of decarbonisation compliance in the workboat industry; looking together at cost effective solutions to help you tackle the challenges brought about by regulatory change.
Exhibitors: Workboat Association, MIT, Servogear