The WATTS UP - Circle of Li-fe aims to explore the journey from cradle to grave and beyond for maritime batteries. 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, more user experience, opportunities for the industry, and what happens at the end of the battery life. During the conference we aim to cast light on this.
We hope the results of the conference will help streamline battery uptake for the maritime industry. A more detailed program will follow soon.
Use this opportunity to meet key personnel dedicated to technology developments as well as the end users.
Time and place: Scandic Bergen City, 6-7 March, starting 10:00 on 6th and ending at 15:00 on 7th.
Dinner on 6th: 19:30 at Bergen Akvarium
Members: The MBF annual general meeting (AGM) will be held on the morning of the first day of the conference, from 09:00 – 10:00, before the conference starts. Please indicate in the registration below if you are attending AGM.
The Ministry of Climate and Environment, "Opening speech"
SINTEF Ocean, “The IMO GHG-Challenge – a global perspective on emissions reduction in shipping”
PART I - Experience
Grieg, "Operational experience with batteries in deep sea shipping and cargo handling"
DNV GL, “Maritime Battery Study for EMSA - Technology application and safety”
Fjord1, "Experience from the largest electric ferry fleet"
PART II - Watts up?
Rolls-Royce and Kystverket, "OV Ryvingen - Innovation in multipurpose vessels"
Bergen Landstrøm, "Charging - What's happening in Bergen"
Corvus, " The Bergen factory and future outlook"
DOF, "Experience and the way forward"
Transocean, "Batteries on Rigs"
Maritime Battery Forum, "The MBF market update"
Day 1: Optional afternoon visit to ship and to shore power facility.
PART III - Hybridization
Norled, "Hydrogen battery hybrid"
Spear Power Systems, "Electrifying America: Hybridization and Electrification of U.S. Passenger Vessels"
WA Maritime Blue, “Washington Maritime Blue Strategy: Electrification Charging the Way for Collaboration”
PART IV - Battery Afterlife
Batteriretur, “Collection, Recycling Raw Materials & Possibilities”
Bellona, "Batteries and sustainability"
Northvolt, "The Worlds Greenest Battery"
PART V - The Future
TBA, "Next generation maritime batteries"
DNV GL, "The Next Step in the Evolution of the DNV GL Energy Storage Class Rules… Li-ion Capacitors are Coming"
SINTEF Ocean, "“Quo Vadis, Maritime Batteries?”
Battery Panel, " Watts next? - the industry take on watts to come"
AB VOLVO PENTA
Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
BERGEN KOMMUNE BYRÅDSAVDELING FOR KLIMA, KULTUR OG NÆRING
BERGEN LANDSTRØM AS
BERTEL O STEEN TEKNIKK AS
Danish Maritime Authority
EAS Batteries GmbH
EKSPORTKREDITT NORGE AS
EST FLOATTECH AS
HURTIGRUTEN CRUISE AS
Japan Marine United Europe LTD
KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES (UK) LTD
MAN Energy Solutions
MARITIME BATTERY FORUM
Nordic Energy Research
NORSK ELEKTROTEKNISK KOMITE
NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEMS AS
NÆRINGSLIVETS NOX-FOND (FORENING)
Oshima shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
ROLLS-ROYCE MARINE AS
SIEM OFFSHORE MANAGEMENT AS
SINTEF OCEAN AS
Spear Power Systems
TEKNOTHERM MARINE AS
TORGHATTEN NORD AS
ULSTEIN POWER & CONTROL AS
VARD ELECTRO AS