In the push towards reduced and zero emissions marine and ports operations, many new build vessels are being equipped with hybrid power and propulsion plant, and existing tonnage is increasingly being converted to include at least some hybrid content.
In partnership with our marine and offshore partners ABB, Danfoss and Siemens MJR Power & Automation is at the forefront of bringing this technology into the UK marine market, both in new build and retrofit applications.
Our solutions include:
Marine & Offshore
- Hybrid and fully electric marine propulsion systems for zero emissions operation.
- Energy storage, spinning reserve and peak shaving solutions for optimisation of hybrid systems.
- Retrofit AC connected spinning reserve and peak shaving solutions for existing conventional non hybrid vessels in order to reduce emissions and fuel usage and to improve vessel operational resilience.
- Retrofit equipment packages for reducing energy consumption on conventional non hybrid vessels.
- Upgrade packages for existing hybrid systems including battery replacement, power management and automation/control system replacement.
- Shore power/charging and offshore power/charging systems for heavy hybrid and fully electric vessels.
- Silent running in port for reduced noise and zero emissions.
- Energy regeneration & recovery for port cargo handling infrastructure
- Mixed energy source microgrids with solar, grid, wind, diesel backup inputs and integrated energy storage.
- Integrated automation and control with remote data collection and access via our own web portal for reporting, analysis, data collection, predictive maintenance and remote intervention.
Our enviable experience and track record in the marine sector enables us not only to deliver compliant solutions for the vessels themselves but to fully understand the integration, safety and class/flag requirements and constraints when integrating and interfacing such systems.
With our deep understanding of marine and offshore operations we are also able to analyse the operating profile of the vessel and size the equipment accurately for the duty, whilst minimising capex costs and complexity.