• Hyundai Heavy Industries Develops 1.5MW LNG/...

    Hyundai Heavy Industries Group has succeeded in developing a hybrid engine that uses a mixture of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and hydrogen for the first time in Korea. Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering and Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. announced on Dec. 22 that they have successfully completed the performance verification of the 1.5MW LNG/hydrogen hybrid engine (HiMSEN).


    The chemical energy held in green fuels can be stored in fuel cells that have great potential as a highly efficient solution offering a pathway to zero emissions.

  • I-Tech R&D efforts enhance power of Selektope...

    Over the past five years, I-Tech’s team of R&D scientists have discovered new ways in which the first-of-its-kind biocide, Selektope® can be introduced to marine antifouling coatings in combination with other biocides with little or no effect on formulation chemistry or performance.

  • Echandia to supply Danish Molslinjen with battery...

    Echandia has been chosen to supply energy storage solutions for two new fully electrified vessels for Molslinjen. The two new ferries will operate Alslinjen and Samsølinjen  starting in 2024. The battery systems will have a total capacity of around 7 MWh.

  • METSTRADE 2022: Fischer Panda UK Announces the...

    Fischer Panda UK has announced that the new ePanda Series 8.0, comprising a new 5kW electric shaft drive, will make its world debut at METSTRADE 2022. This latest advancement in smart electric power technology from German manufacturer Fischer Panda has been developed in response to strong demand for complete power solutions for low-powered recreational craft.


Advent Technologies and Alfa Laval Partner in Marine Fuel Cell Development Project

Advent Technologies Holdings, an innovation-driven leader in the fuel cell and hydrogen technology sectors, is pleased to announce that it will collaborate with Alfa Laval, a global provider of heat transfer, separation, and fluid handling products, on a project to explore applications of Advent's methanol-powered high-temperature proton exchange membrane (HT-PEM) fuel cells in the marine industry.


Damen Marine Components Wins Four Vessel Order in US

The Netherlands’ Damen Marine Components (DMC) has won its first multi-vessel order in the USA. Four packages, each comprised of steering gear and rudders, five winches and two towing pin systems, will be supplied to US shipbuilder C&C Marine & Repair for four new-build Multi Cats 3013 workboats. The first two vessels will be delivered to Callan Marine Ltd. and the second two vessels will be built "on spec" by C&C Marine & Repair for sale or lease to the US market.