New test center verifies large marine electrical drives

Panu Kurronen Marine engineers, investors and builders are in a tight spot these days. There’s the pinch of approaching regulation deadlines and the stress of using new technology rather than familiar, well-tried equipment. We understand. Change is costly and stressful. We’ve been exploring and expanding PM machine technology for two decades, first for wind power…

Solving marine DC distribution, selectivity, redundancy and safety issues

Teemu Heikkilä The marine industry is evolving rapidly to meet 2023 IMO-mandated emissions deadlines – and the ones to follow. To accomplish this, long-established methods and equipment are being reevaluated, upgraded or replaced. Making DC distribution the best choice for marine use Power distribution is a promising area for vessel efficiency gains. Although AC distribution…

New concepts for powering vessels

In the marine industry, the future looks highly interesting, with major challenges to unravel. The energy mix on board is likely to be a fascinating mosaic. Our vessels have to be ready, and flexibility will be key.

New concepts for powering electric vessels

In the marine industry, the future looks highly interesting, with major challenges to unravel. The energy mix on board is likely to be a fascinating mosaic. Our vessels have to be ready, and flexibility will be key.

Future tools are already here

The marine industry is looking for ways to comply with looming emission regulation deadlines and prepare for the future. Possible solutions include a host of alternative fuels, further electrification and greater efficiency of current solutions.

Can you afford to ignore sustainable technology?

In the marine industry shipbuilders are understandably reluctant to spend money on more expensive, possibly riskier innovative clean technologies and equipment. However, current investment trends are pressuring companies to pay attention to their environmental and social imprint.