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How to launch a Hybrid partnership

How best to announce a new partnership especially when it concerns the subject of Hybrid? Esco Power and PME Group are to jointly sponsor the topical 'The Future of Hybrid Propulsion' at the Seawork Commercial Marine Conference which takes place on Wednesday 12 June 2019 at Seawork.

PME Groups partnership with Belgium-based Esco Power is to support sales and service of the Esco Hybrid system within the UK Market.  Eddy de Backer of Esco Power is to make the keynote speech, passionately explaining his proposed solution to the hybrid requirements in the marine industry in the UK and highlighting the new partnership’s confidence in the product.

The Esco Power drive unit can easily be built with SAE connection between the diesel engine and marine gears, is equipped with elastic coupling to connect to the diesel engine flywheel and has a strong electric magnet clutch of either 24 or 110vdc to connect and disconnect the diesel engine from the drive line.

Developed to suit both pleasure and commercial craft applications, the main drive unit can be mounted either vertically or horizontally enabling the system to fit most new and existing engine compartments.  In addition, it benefits from a reduction ratio in the main drive unit which helps to maintain torque and power to the propulsion system when in electric mode.

Esco Power will be available to discuss client requirements on the PME Group stand PB55 throughout Seawork.

Click here for full details of the Seawork Commercial Marine Conference, including booking your place at the 'The Future of Hybrid Propulsion'

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