Emissions from ships in coastal areas and in ports are a concern. The IMO has discussed on-shore power supply at the international level and specific countries and ports have considered
application of novel technology to enable sustainable solutions for shipping which are acceptable to society. Electricity is today being supplied to a range of different ships covering cruise ships, container carriers, ferries, fishing vessels and other vessels. Feasibility studies, different business cases and technical solutions for a range of different applications will be presented
16:00 - 16:05 Welcome by Valdemar Ehlers, Danish Maritime
16:05 – 16:25 Terms for connecting shore-to-ship power supply to the power grid by Niels Christian Nordentoft, Radius Elnet A/S
Connecting shore-to-ship power supply to the power grid follows the general terms for connection that applies to all consumers. The terms vary with the size of connection ordered (MVA). Furthermore, different terms apply when choosing ordinary grid connection vs. connection with interrupt ability. Radius introduces the most relevant possibilities for shore-to-ship power supply.
16:25 - 16:55 Update on the recent study on on-shore power supply for the Copenhagen municipality by Poul Sørensen, COWI
A short presentation of the analysis of developments within green cruise ships through on-shore power supply, LNG or fuel. Experience from other ports and
the existing business cases for introduction of sustainable solutions.
16:55 - 17:25 Proven technology for the cruise industry by Jens-Christian Strate og Helge Vandel Jensen, Danfoss
17:25 – 17:55 A global providers suggestions for viable solutions by Peter Weinreich-Jensen, Siemens A/S
17:55 - 18:25 Refreshments
18:25 – 18.55 Practical aspects while installing on-shore power supply by Carsten Sørensen, Caverion
18:55 - 19:25 The use of inductive charging arrangements by Jacob Wesenberg-Lund, Wärtsilä Denmark
19:25 – 19:30 Closure
by Valdemar Ehlers, Danish Maritime
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