Electric & Hybrid World Expo 2020

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With the industry moving ever closer to large-scale, electrically assisted propulsion, it’s no surprise to learn that the 2019 Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo will be the biggest show yet.

Taking place at Amsterdam RAI in the Netherlands, June 25, 26, 27, the sixth annual Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is expected to attract 130+ exhibitors from more than 20 countries, all keen to showcase the latest in propulsion technologies.

For everyone from small regional ferry fleet operators keen to reduce costs, to international shipowners and operators wanting to learn more about tomorrow’s propulsion solutions, and boat builders and engine manufacturers concerned about emissions legislation, the search for fuel-saving and charging technologies starts here.

With world-leading R&D experts and propulsion pioneers such as Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Corvus Energy, Wärtsilä, and Rolls-Royce, rubbing shoulders with leading suppliers including Lithium Werks, Liebherr Components, Torqeedo, Indar Electric, and more, the show has something for everybody.

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo also features a three-day conference program with hundreds of delegates, more than 40 big-name engineering speakers, and numerous leading maritime academic institutions.

This is not only the world’s largest exhibition and conference dedicated to sustainable marine propulsion technologies and systems – it also hosts the Autonomous Ship Technology Symposium, bringing together ship designers, fleet owners, classification societies, naval architects, research organizations and equipment suppliers, to discuss the developments needed to make autonomous ships a reality.

This year’s Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is shaping up to be truly unmissable!

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With almost two-decades experience in consumer magazines, Wesley recently moved to B2B publishing and now edits a number of titles for UKi Media & Events, including Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International.

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