ECO MARINE POWER
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ECO MARINE POWER - An Aquarius Eco Ship could include up to 1 MWp of solar power and enough energy storage modules so that the ship would not need to use auxiliary diesel generators whilst in port.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Internationally focused marine technology company focused on innovative fuel and emissions reduction technologies for shipping. Technologies include the patented Aquarius MRE (Marine Renewable Energy) System, EnergySail (patent pending) and Aquarius Marine Solar Power.
With strategic partners Eco Marine Power (EMP) can also provide marine computer control systems, data loggers, flexible marine-grade solar panels, fuel flow meters & high quality batteries for ships and marine use.
These products & technologies are suitable for passenger ferries, cargo vessels, bulk carriers, cruise ships, coastguard vessels, car carriers, RoRo vessels, product tankers etc and for marine/offshore applications.
PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS:
Aquarius MAS - Fuel Consumption Reporting, Data Logging, Emissions Calculations & Performance Monitoring
Aquarius MAS Compact - FOC. NOx, SOx & CO2 monitoring & logging.
Aquarius Marine Solar Power - Unique Solutions with Lightweight Solar Panels
Energy Storage & Battery Solutions for Shipping, Offshore and Marine Applications
System Design, Marine Renewable Energy Surveys and Consulting Services
Marine Computer & Automation Systems
Flexible Solar Panels for Ships & Marine Applications
Fuel Flow Meters for Ships
Marine Grade Installation Frames for Solar Panels
Aquarius MRE - Integrated Renewable
Energy System for Shipping EnergySail - Wind & Solar Power Device Shipping
ECO MARINE POWER CONTACTS
Greg Atkinson (Chief Technology Officer)
Eco Marine Power Co.,
Fax: +81 92 287 9501
SAIL & SOLAR HISTORY
concept of using wind and solar power together on ships is no longer science
fiction, nor is it decades away. There are a number of interesting concepts
under development. In our view the first practical application of combined
wind and solar power was with Solar
Sailor, where sails were also solar panels that could be aimed. Before
this, in the 1980's several Japanese ships were fitted with rigid sails with
the aim of reducing fuel
consumption, driven largely by the oil crisis in the 1970's which resulted in oil shortages and the price of oil soaring.
When the crisis passed and oil prices fell again, the viability of rigid sails in terms of cost was undermined.
SUSTAINABLE CONTAINER SHIPS - This 50m concept vessel may be doubled and quadrupled without too much trouble. You'd need to up-scale by a factor of 8 to match the 400 meter ships that operate today to carry 960 standard containers. See our top ten list below. That is nowhere near the capacity of a heavy bunker fueled giant, but it is a formula for eventual 100% zero carbon transportation that is theoretically workable. We believe that such a system could eventually replace bunker fuels and eliminate the need for liquid fuels that may be potentially dangerous.
CARGO CONTENDERS A list of the top ten fossil fueled leaders that could benefit from solar and wind assistance. You may notice from the specification of these vessels that we are in the right ballpark for power to cargo ratio when comparing DWT to installed engine power:
SOLAR SAILOR - Was the first wind and solar combined energy electrically propelled boat from 2001.
A - Z SAIL AND SOLAR ASSISTED BOATS & SHIPS
LINKS & REFERENCES
TRANSFERABLE TECHNOLOGY - The design of the Climate Change Challenger might be adapted to Cargo, Container, Cruise and Ferry designs, without needing to radically alter port facilities. The designs above are not representative of adaptations of the concept, but serve to illustrate the thinking of other design houses.
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