NEXT GEN Marine ENERGY Training

4 Hour Course

In Person or Globally via Teams / Zoom

Who Should Attend?

ALL stakeholders involved in Energy Transition,

from end-user organisations to the marine industry.

With focus on Sub 24m vessels topics are also relevant

for 25m to 100m plus ports and harbours.

Course Objectives

Deliver overview of current and future marine energy.

Understand how others are approaching decarbonisation.

Relevant for teams with broad range of backgrounds.

Enable fact based decisions for vessels and infrastructure.

Course Developer – John Haynes

Has organised international working groups and workshops

on next generation marine power and propulsion.

Course Background

In 2015 John Haynes brought together a cross section

of marine organisations to consider hybrid solutions.

As marine will need multiple energy options courses now

cover all - from modified ICE to batteries and hydrogen.

Topics Include

What are the next generation energy drivers for Boats vs Ships

How Diesel and Petrol ICE are evolving in the maritime workplace

Why Modified ICE and Alternative Fuels are part of the solution

Options for re-powering fast craft fleets in a changing world

Factors affecting 100% Battery-Electric / Lithium-ion

Pros and Cons of Parallel and Series Hybrid Systems

Hydrogen for Fuel Cell and as Dual Fuel in ICE

Realities of UK, EU, International Standards and Energy Policy

Technology Readiness Levels of boats and infrastructure

What can we specify Now - by 2025 - by 2030


For information about Training contact

Claire Donnelly  +44 (0)7709 675258




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