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Half-day seminar: Sustainable Marine Transport

On April 25 Bergen Energy Lab will arrange a half-day seminar on Sustainable Marine Transport

Poster: Sustainable Marine Transport
Norbert Lummen


This afternoon session in the Bergen Næringsråd (Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry) The Renewable Conference is part of the Bergen Energy Lab series of  half-day seminars. The programme has been organised by HVL, Department of Mechanical and Marine Engineering.

Last year the sustainable transport theme considered road based vehicles, but now turns its focus to marine transportation. It offers an opportunity for industry, academia and the public to listen to experts in their field. It is free and open to all; but please register through the main conference site.

13:00 Opening and welcome 
          Prof Geir Anton Johansen, Dean (FIN), HVL
13:10 Marine Education, Research and Facilities at HVL 
          Dr Gloria Stenfelt, HVL
13:25 Life Cycle Assessment for the Selection of Marine Propulsion Systems
           Prof Peilin Zhou, University of Strathclyde
13:55 Hybrid Propulsion Solutions - Building Blocks and Applications 
          Dr Erling Johannessen, Rolls-Royce Marine AS
14:25 Break
14:40 Renewable Methanol as Fuel for the Shipping Industry 
          Dr Joanne Ellis, SSPA Sweden AB
15:10 Shore Power and Charging in the Port of Bergen
          Thor André Berg, BKK
15:40 Open discussion with the invited speakers 
          Dr Kristin Guldbrandsen Frøysa, University of Bergen
16:00 End of seminar and opportunity to visit MarinLab
          (computer controlled wave and towing tank, with demonstration)

You can view the video recording of the seminar through this link, and the slides can be found under "Documents" below

(It should be noted that if you register for the whole conference and do not attend there is a fine (a no-show fee).  This does NOT apply to those only registering for the afternoon’s Transport Seminar “Sustainable Marine Transport”.)