On the voyage to making vessels greener, in line with 2050 maritime targets, the key to success for retrofit is planning.

Providing a cost-effective solution, companies are producing new innovative ways to enhance vessels with new equipment suitable for bio-fuels which reduce carbon emissions.

On day 2 of the conference, join session 7 to learn and explore retrofit options. The following industry experts will be sharing their expertise:

Becker Marine Systems GmbH’s, Alessandro Castagna, Sales Manager / Naval Architect, will be presenting on the installation of propulsion improving energy efficiency devices (ESD) which have proven to be one of the most suitable solutions in terms of cost and efficiency gain.

Head of Projects & PVU Sales for MAN PrimeServ and MAN Energy Solutions, Klaus Rasmussen, dives into Today’s and tomorrow’s Dual Fuel market for Retrofit. With a focus on their broad and continuously expanding portfolio of dual-fuel engines offering extensive options when it comes to retrofitting. 

Presented by Stam Achillas, Head of Business Development & Sales, 2-Stroke Decarbonisation Solutions, Wärtsilä and Simone Bernasconi, Head of Global Product Line Upgrades, Accelleron. Wärtsilä and Accelleron demonstrate the potential of engine part load optimization for merchant marine vessels in increasing profitability and enhancing regulatory compliance through joint field experience. 

Lloyd’s Register, Technical Specialist, Power Generation, Mark Penfold discusses the potential on applying alternative fuels to existing ships. He will be addressing shipping’s carbon challenge through the technical analysis of retrofit options with findings of the new Engine Retrofit Report.

The Motorship Propulsion and Future Fuels Conference, will offer a meeting place to learn, discuss and knowledge-share the latest developments in efficient power and propulsion technology plus alternative low flashpoint and low carbon fuels. It will take place in Hamburg, Germany, 21-23 November 2023.

To view more topics covered at this conference, view the programme here.

Visit www.propulsionconference.com or call our team on +44 1329 825335 for further information.

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