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|C.I.Mar.E St Lawrence Branch Presents
WEBINAR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH 10:30 EST
Designing Green Vessels for Green Projects
As sustainability regulations are tightening, the need for a greener energy production value chain grows. Reducing ship operation emissions is a necessary part of this.
We dive into how recent developments in fuel cells and how they can be used to reduce global and local emissions. Using real life examples from ABB’s activities in R&D and hydrogen fuel cells pilot projects, we will also present how fuel cells can be scaled up for high power ranges.
Vice President, Global Product Manager Energy Storage & Fuel cells ,
ABB Marine & Ports
+47 952 91 394
Based in Oslo, Norway
History and background:
Jostein Bogen is currently Vice President, Global Product Manager Energy Storage & Fuel Cells with ABB Marine, based in Oslo. His background includes 25 years of diverse experience in the Maritime industries in Ship Automation, Navigation and Propulsion, of which the last 20 years have been in ABB. He has held various positions in ABB, including Business development, R&D, Sales & Project Management within ABB Marine & Ports.
C.I.Mar.E St. Lawrence Branch
WEBINAR 14th TUESDAY JULY 2020 FROM 14:00 – 15:00 EST
Presented by: Dr. Theodora Alexakis, VP Business Development
Synopsis: MAGSTM is the best solution for MARPOL Annex V regulations. Terragon patented technology will reduce the waste volume by over 95%, but more interestingly, it will convert this waste into useful energy that can be integrated back into the vessel
- WETTTM-O is a patent-pending technology for oily bilgewater treatment. It is fully automated with a rapid start-up, which does not use filters, adsorption media, membranes, chemicals or biological treatment. WETT-O is based on a marinized advanced electrocoagulation approach.
Dr. Alexakis is a Chemical Engineer who has led the development and commercialization of several waste treatment technologies for nearly 25 years. Dr. Alexakis has worked with Terragon for 14 years, initially leading the development of MAGS and, more recently, leading the development of new applications for MAGS as well as the development of new waste-to-resource products.
Details for log-in to the meeting will be available around the webinar date.
Date: 28 May 2020 (Thursday)
Timing: 1800 ADT (1700 ET)
1085-1810 Introduction of Presenter – Derek Hughes (Atlantic Branch Member)
1810-1840 Bud’s Presentation “Sustainable Challenges: Marine Shipping”
1850-1900 Session Wrap-up – Derek Hughes (Atlantic Branch Member)
Learn about the power of hybrid technology in marine applications
DISCOVER 3 ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES IN JUST 45 MINUTES
12 MAY @ 5:30 pm CET / 11:30 AM EST
Hybrid technology is definitely much more than just adding a set of batteries alongside an engine!
But don’t take our word for it. Alex Albertini, CEO of Marfin Management, will share his experience with hybrid technology.
Please join us for the St. Lawrence Branch technical webinar scheduled for Tuesday 12th May at 14:00 hrs. Details of log-in will be available near the date of the presentation.
Presenter: Olga Liebkind Director Key Accounts Norsepower
Olga Liebkind will briefly introduce Norsepower, explain the Magnus effect, and why wind propulsion technology is an alternative fuel solution for shipping today. Present the technical configuration and electrical components, go through Norsepower installations and ongoing projects. Talk about the challenges and advantages of Rotor Sail technology.