Advancements in Marine Propulsion Technologies

Advancements in Marine Propulsion Technologies

Technology Advancements Proliferating Sustainability in Shipping Industry

RELEASE DATE
29-Jun-2018
REGION
Global
Research Code: D85A-01-00-00-00
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The global shipping industry alone emits approximately 1000 million tones of (CO2) annually according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the European Commission. This level is expected to increase by approximately 50% to 250% by the year 2050. IMO has been framing policies and developing capacity building programs to reduce the emission from the shipping industry. IMO has successfully launched regulations aimed at the reduction of nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides. Significant progress also has been made in implementing them and achieving the reduction process. With the introduction of the maritime regulations which call for a reduction in the emissions from the ships and vessels and the developments in sectors like energy storage and clean energy, the adoption of cleaner propulsion options onboard becomes inevitable.

This study focuses on the electrical equipment aiding the vessels to shift to electric propulsion, alternate energy options for vessel operation and propulsion systems operation like fuel cell, battery energy storage and their current stages of adoption.
Companies are involved in developing electric and hybrid propulsion solutions for the vessel. Developments in energy storage which enable high power and energy output enable their usage in both power and propulsion applications. It covers global best practices case studies about the vessels which have already started adopting such solutions and the developments in the fuel cells that makes them suitable for marine applications.

Table of Contents

1.1 Research Scope

1.2 Research Process and Methodology

1.3 Regulations to Minimize the Emissions is one of the Major Drivers

1.4 Electric Drives are Used to Control the Speed and Operational Efficiency

1.5 Fuel Cell is a Clean Alternative for Diesel but Still Nascent

2.1 Mechanical Propulsion Are Better Suited For The Cargo Ships

2.2 Electric Hybrid Propulsion Adoption Is More In Vessels With Varying Operational Conditions Like Tugs And Ferries

2.3 Electric Propulsion Helps Achieve Better Emission With Reduced NOx Emissions And Lowered Fuel Consumption

2.4 Hybrid Propulsion can Help the Ship Operate Over Wider Load and Speed Ranges

2.5 Emission Reduction and Ease of Control are Some of the Major Impacts of the Electric Propulsion Systems

2.6 Plug-In battery Hybrid ferries are being developed

2.7 Different Types Of Operational Modes For Hybrid Propulsion Systems

2.8 Dual Fuel Electric Propulsion Have Better Efficiency (approximately 43%) Than The Conventional Steam Propulsion

2.9 Solutions Like Sinusoidal Drives Are Emerging To Replace The Conventional PWM Drives

3.1 Electric Propulsion: Implementation Cases

3.1 Electric Propulsion: Implementation Cases (continued)

3.2 Key Solution: Electric and Hybrid Propulsion

3.2 Key Solution: Electric and Hybrid Propulsion (continued)

4.1 Power Infrastructure In Vessels

4.2 Key Profiles: Power Infrastructure Components In Vessels

4.2 Key Profiles: Power Infrastructure Components In Vessels (continued)

4.3 Power Management Systems In Vessels

4.4 Key Profiles: Power Management Systems

4.4 Key Profiles: Power Management Systems (continued)

4.5 Energy Storage Solutions Help in Evening Out Voltage and Frequency Fluctuations in Vessels

4.6 Battery Energy Storage can be used with AFE drives and Active Filters to Mitigate Harmonics

5.1 Kite And High Altitude Sail Based Propulsion Is One Of Key Commercialized Alternative Solution

6.1 List of Technologies: Fuel Cell Improves Energy Efficiency of Facilities

6.2 List of Technologies: Summary of a Heavy Duty Fuel Cell Powered System

6.3 Implementation Cases: Key Innovators Concentrated in Europe

6.4 Challenges: The Main Problem for Electric Propulsion is Safety of Power Sources

6.5 Drivers: The Main Driver for Electric Propulsion is The Need for Cleaner and Safer Ship

6.6 Key Attractive Technologies

6.7 Cost Projection of Energy Storage Technologies: Low Temperature PEM Fuel Cell

7.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Vessels can be Compared to Floating Microgrids

7.2 Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

8.1 Key Industry Contacts

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The global shipping industry alone emits approximately 1000 million tones of (CO2) annually according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the European Commission. This level is expected to increase by approximately 50% to 250% by the year 2050. IMO has been framing policies and developing capacity building programs to reduce the emission from the shipping industry. IMO has successfully launched regulations aimed at the reduction of nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides. Significant progress also has been made in implementing them and achieving the reduction process. With the introduction of the maritime regulations which call for a reduction in the emissions from the ships and vessels and the developments in sectors like energy storage and clean energy, the adoption of cleaner propulsion options onboard becomes inevitable. This study focuses on the electrical equipment aiding the vessels to shift to electric propulsion, alternate energy options for vessel operation and propulsion systems operation like fuel cell, battery energy storage and their current stages of adoption. Companies are involved in developing electric and hybrid propulsion solutions for the vessel. Developments in energy storage which enable high power and energy output enable their usage in both power and propulsion applications. It covers global best practices case studies about the vessels which have already started adopting such solutions and the developments in the fuel cells that makes them suitable for marine applications.
More Information
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Hafiz Amin
Industries Energy
WIP Number D85A-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Marine Propulsion
Is Prebook No
Ti Codes D901,D902,D908,D90A,D90C,D90F,D910,D912,D914,D915,D917,D920,D923,D925,D927,D944,D947-TI