Live webinar: Peak shaving and ways to reduce fuel consumption with batteries

At Echandia, we are all about sharing the knowledge we’ve built over the years. One way of doing this is to invite you to live sessions with our maritime experts on topics that engage and draws a lot of interest. 

Of all the topics being discussed in the maritime world right now, the one that piques the most interest seems to be how to use batteries for hybridization, fuel savings and creating a more energy efficient operation. Maybe because its promising both substantial fuel reduction and great ROI.

And, this is not something limited to smaller vessels. In fact, there are several applications that can be retrofitted and significantly reduce fuel consumption and lead to longer lifetime of diesel generators. Mr. Sachitanand will detail the best ways to proceed with battery based onboard support systems and what levels of reduction is possible, as well as estimated ROI for different applications and vessel types.

To go deeper on this we will host a webinar on the topic of peak shaving and other ways to reduce fuel consumption with batteries. 

In this session you’ll learn:

  • How to use batteries to reduce fuel consumption
  • What levels of reduction is possible
  • What the estimated ROI for different applications and vessel types are

When? It will take place on the 18th of March at 08.00 – 09.00 GMT

This is a perfect way to get inside information on electrification, battery considerations and safety.
In this session we open the possibility to ask questions and discuss with Mr. Sachitanand. Contact us here if If you want arrange follow-up meetings and private sessions.

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