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Developing the next generation of hybrid SES CTVs

Andy Newman, Engineering Manager at Global Marine Group, Trygve Espeland, Naval Architect and Co-Founder of ESNA and James Day, Naval Architect and Contract Manager at Wight Shipyard Co., are to present.

Having announced a long-term charter agreement at the end of 2019 with the world’s leading wind farm developer, é˜rsted, the design and development of the new vessel demonstrates a collaborative commitment between CWind, ESNA and Wight Shipyard Co. to cutting carbon emissions and developing green, alternative-fuel technologies.

As a result of the innovative undertaking to design and build the world’s first hybrid propulsion SES crew transfer vessel (CTV), the new vessel will cut transit times, improve crew comfort and increase onsite efficiency, working in support of é˜rsted’s vision of a world that runs entirely on green energy.

Andy, Trygve and James will discuss the design of the new vessel and explain some of the engineering challenges and innovations their teams have managed both leading up to and during the build.

The trio will conclude their talk by taking questions from the floor on the development and launch of the new vessel.

Seawork Commercial Marine Conferences -  Hybrid Propulsion Conference; Morning Session Thursday 11 June 2020 - Book your tickets here

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