NEXT GEN Marine HYDROGEN Workshop via Zoom
NEXT GEN Marine HYDROGEN Workshop will run via Zoom on 24 May 2022 from 12.00 to 17.00 (UK). A superb group of presenters will share the latest knowledge from sea, air and land transport.
NEXT GEN programmes combine international marine energy expertise with dynamic Q&A sessions. End-users and industry come together to highlight what is working now and identify viable technology for the near future.
Focus is on topics relevant to workboats, pilot boats, patrol boats, search & rescue, military, offshore, survey vessels, charter, superyachts, ports, harbours and marinas.
NEXT GEN HYDROGEN Workshop enables attendees to learn about different methods of utilising hydrogen and potential solutions for marine power. Adopted in 2021, the EU and UK Hydrogen Strategy aims to accelerate the development of clean hydrogen.
Workshop Lead - John Haynes, ‘Next generation onboard energy needs to be safe, reliable, improve efficiency and reduce emissions. Our focus is on viable hydrogen technology that is available today or in the very near future. Alongside this, hydrogen infrastructure will need rapid investment - with focus on flexibility and safety.'
To attend NEXT GEN Workshops contact:
Claire Donnelly +44 (0)7709 675258
NEXT GEN Attendees include commercial, government and military organisations, boat builders, engine manufacturers, mechanical & electrical engineers, naval architects, class societies and legislators.
NEXT GEN highlights simple and effective solutions for ports, workboats, pilot boats, patrol craft, military platforms, wind farm support vessels, super yacht tenders and unmanned craft.
NEXT GEN Marine Power & Propulsion Workshops bring together a dynamic industry group and professional maritime organisations.
The unique knowledge gained from NEXT GEN presenters, panel discussions and networking has helped to shape long term decisions that have led to improvements for in-service powertrain and energy systems along with specification and procurement of next generation vessels.
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