PLUGBOAT - VENICE, ITALY, OCTOBER 2018
PROGRAM - 18th OCTOBER
PlugBoat’s Mission and Goals
Frédéric Vergels, Electri-city.mobi, BE
Why Venice ?
Insights about Electric Propulsion in Italy
European Commission: Legal Framework and Tools
10.30 COFFEE BREAK
11.00 TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
State of the Art, Challenges, Point of View and Vision
Easy-to-install High Voltage E-propulsion for Yachts and Smaller Commercial Vessels
Solar Electric Naval Architecture - an Integral Design Approach Showcased by the
14.00 MARKET REVIEW
Feed-back of Existing Actions, Perspectives for the Future
The Innovative and Versatile “Valentino” Full-electric Boat Class
Cost-benefit Analysis of a Shore Side Electricity Investment Project
15.40 COFFEE BREAK
16.00 INTRODUCTION SCENARIO
Best Practices & Lessons Learned, Outlook
Accelerating Transition to Sustainable Marine Transport with Financial Solutions
Fuel Cell Solution for Marine Application
Multi-motor Concept for Watercraft Drivetrain Applications
Parallel Hybrid Transmission
17.20 POSTER SESSIONS
Living Boats Aarhus
PROGRAM - 19th OCTOBER
Recent Experiences in Modular Offshore Battery Solutions
Have you Ever Thought about Cutting the Cord? Inductive Charging a Reliable and
Sustainable Public Transportation in Venice
Electric Marine Vessels: an Unstoppable Transition?
A Report on Plug-in Hybrid Boat Activities in Japan: The Usefulness and the
Remarkable CO2 Reduction
French Market Status, Trends and Challenges
11.30 COFFEE BREAK
YeloH2 : 75PAX Hydrogen Powered E-boat used for Maritime Public
Volvo Penta Parallel Hybrid Marine Propulsion Concept
Technical Multi-drive Hybrid Electric Boat in Venice
A Framework of European Fegislations Favourable to Electric Boats
Feedback from the Different Sessions
SOLAR POWERED - Raphaël Domjan has long been an advocate of renewable energy, finally realising his dream in 2005, when he set up an association with people able to help him develop the PlanetSolar project. Five years later, a catamaran 35 metres long, 23 metres wide, with solar panels covering a surface of 537 m2 was launched.
With a crew of three, Raphaël set sail at the helm of 'his' solar boat on 27 September 2010, heading west in search of the sun. PlanetSolar returned with its Swiss skipper to 'le Rocher' on 4 May 2012 to complete the first solar-powered voyage around the world. This was a stunning world a record first and a milestone for solar powered marine transport.
Raphaël is pictured here in the recently built robotics laboratory in Sussex, England where SeaVax, also a solar (and wind) powered vessel, is being developed as an ocean cleaning workboat. Copyright photograph © Cleaner Ocean Foundation August 25 2017.
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This website is provided on a free basis as a public information service. copyright © Cleaner Oceans Foundation Ltd (COFL) (Company No: 4674774) 2018. Solar Studios, BN271RF, United Kingdom. COFL is a charity without share capital. The names AmphiMax™, RiverVax™ and SeaVax™ are trade names used under license by COF in connection with their 'Feed The World' ocean cleaning sustainability campaign.