Seawork (11th to 13th June in Southampton)  is the premier exhibition for the maritime and shipping industry, and Eminox is delighted to have secured a speaker spot during the Seawork conference.

Green Technology

Brian Bates, Eminox Head of Technical Sales, will be part of the session entitled, “Green Technology – The impact of regulatory changes for workboats and how this is driving change.”

Taking place between 9.45am and 11am on Wednesday 12th June, Brian will invite discussion with the workboat industry as to why the internal combustion engine is likely to remain the most common propulsion power unit for the foreseeable future, and how alternative fuels will be integrated as the new favoured power source over diesel.

Alternative Fuels

Brian will discuss how alternative fuels such as green hydrogen, ammonia, methanol, and biogas will still generate emissions and therefore require aftertreatment systems.  He will explain those solutions which will be available to view on the Eminox stand.


Live Demonstration

In addition to the speaker spot, team Eminox is exhibiting on Stand E4 where Brian and colleagues  will be showcasing a live demonstration system and control unit and sharing their knowledge on both the current status and future plans for achieving emissions regulations pertaining to IMO Tier III and Stage V Inland Waterways.

The system and control unit on display will showcase the technologies Eminox has developed to continue to tackle emissions, such as NOx, still generated by alternative fuels.

“The key to successfully supporting the workboat industry is appreciating that there isn’t one singular solution as we eventually move away from diesel powered engines,” said Brian. “Understanding how different alternative fuels sources can support different maritime operations is so important.”

Register to Find Out More on Future Fuels for Workboats

To discover more about the future fuels supporting the workboat industry register for this session here

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