Event Date:Start at 12:00 AM
June 21, 2022 - June 23, 2022
The International Exhibition of Electric and Hybrid Marine Charging and Propulsion Technologies and Components.
The exhibition, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 21, 22, 23, 2022, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine charging and propulsion technologies, components and solutions.
A truly global event with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient technologies and components to an audience of shipowners and operators, boat builders, propulsion system designers and manufacturers, naval architects, military fleet operators/chiefs, and of course port operators.
Nothing but pure charging technologies, electric propulsion systems, hybrid systems, and of course the components within them, will be on display – and the only visitors invited to attend will be those who purchase and specify marine charging infrastructures, and vessel engines and components. Every single exhibit will be of relevance to every single visitor, and the only thing visitors will be searching for is cleaner, more efficient electric and hybrid marine systems.
Why Visit Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo?
Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is exclusively for people involved in the decision-making process in specifying which propulsion systems to invest in, which components to procure or which charging infrastructure to specify.
- Test and measurement tools
- Simulation software
- Energy storage solutions including lithium-ion technology
- Electric motors
- Permanent magnet motors
- Electric outboards
- Cooling systems
- Drive control systems
- Brushless motors
- AC/DC motors
- Diesel/electric generators
- Emission reduction technology
- Exhaust gas cleaning systems/scrubbers
- Waste heat recovery systems
- Electric/hybrid control systems
- Electric pod, bow and side thrusters
- Electric/hybrid propulsion technology and systems
- Electric/hybrid crane, winch and cargo door systems
- Hybrid electric drive systems
- Systems integration
- Ship-to-shore power
- Battery charging systems
- Fuel cell technology
- LNG/hybrid propulsion
- Wind propulsion