The MBF conference is back for the 4th year running. The 2018 main topic will be the user experience.
Published Oct 26 2017 — by Maritime Battery Forum

Register for the conference here.

Dates: 7th – 8th March 2018 (startup 11:30 day 1, end 15:00 day 2)

Location: Quality Hotel Ulstein (specify Maritime Battery Forum and the conference to get our special rate)

Conference theme: The user experience: from concept to real life experience

The maritime battery industry is at a pivotal point for making maritime batteries a success. Our members have highlighted their interest in topics such as safety, standardization and opportunities for the industry, and more user experience. During the conference we aim to cast light on this.

We have a limited number of seats. Reserve your seat today.

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Detailed Program will follow shortly. Speakers (subject to change) and overall program below:

Building a battery or battery hybrid ship: from concept to sailing vessel

Experience from use: shipowner and operator experience, battery performance and life, battery afterlife

Future: new and developing technologies, capacity and cost, environmental requirements

Speakers: Color Line, Hurtigruten, Rolls Royce Marine, Ulstein, Siemens, Norled, MBF, DNV GL, Eidesvik, Sintef Ocean, Elemed, Scandlines, Saft, LG Chem, Fosen, Kleven, Vard, more to come.

We hope the results of the conference will help streamline battery uptake for the maritime industry.

Use this opportunity to meet key personnel dedicated to technology developments as well as the end users.

Deadline for registration 1 March 2018.

The MBF annual general meeting (AGM) will be held on the morning of the first day of the conference, from 10:00 – 11:00, before the conference starts.

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