4 Hour Course

In Person or via Zoom / Teams

Focus on Sub 24m Vessels - Relevant for 25m to 100m

Why Attend?

Delivers an independent and current overview

Provides consistent approach to industry best practice

Relevant to ALL stakeholders involved in energy transition

Topics Include:

Parallel & Series Hybrids

Hybrid as Range Extender / Prime Mover

Opportunities & Challenges

Speed - Range - Weight Considerations

100% Battery-Electric

Performance and safety of Lithium Ion / Batterry Types.

Charging / Infrastructure

Regulations & Safety

Technology readiness levels of vessels & infrastructure.

What can we specify now - by 2025 - by 2030.

Who Should Attend?

ALL professional maritime organisations and those with a policy interest in decarbonisation. Also supply, support and operational sectors including OEMs, boat builders, refit yards, engineers, naval architects, ports and harbours.

Course Objectives

This unique course provides awareness of changing energy requirements for
sub 24m sectors and the challenges of decarbonising boat fleets.
Relevant for 25m to 100m vessels as infrastructure evolves.

Course Developer

John Haynes has organised working groups, workshops and conferences on next generation marine power & propulsion and stored energy attended by hundreds of international organisations. See NEXT GEN Attendees

For information about NEXT GEN Training please contact

Claire Donnelly  +44 (0)7709 675258



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