31 Jan 2023
Why Hydrogen Fuel Cell Adoption Is Accelerating in Marine Markets
The maritime sector, which accounts for approximately 2.9% of global carbon emissions, is seeking to meet broader climate goals such as the Paris Agreement and 'Fit for 55' in Europe. Since it is the largest vessels, such as sea-going cargo vessels, which tend to contribute the most to maritime emissions, this presents a huge challenge.
15 Nov 2022
Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) Suppliers in Marine
This IDTechEx premium article explores the growing maritime fuel cell market and the suppliers behind it. Leaders are benchmarked and market shares are provided, based on the maritime fuel cell project database curated by IDTechEx. Information is sourced from primary interviews with more than five leading suppliers.
21 Jul 2022
Corvus Energy: The Battery Leader Launching Fuel Cells
Corvus Energy is a leading supplier of battery systems for the commercial maritime sector. IDTechEx caught up with the company to discuss its plans to enter the fuel cell marine market.
19 Jul 2022
Event Report: Electric & Hybrid Marine 2022
The Electric & Hybrid Marine conference is one of the largest conferences in the world dedicated to promoting low carbon technologies for the maritime sector. This IDTechEx premium article discusses conference highlights from analysts attending the event in person. Coverage includes hydrogen, alternative fuels, ammonia, solid-oxide fuel cells, the latest battery pack prices, hydrofoiling container ships, LTO battery applications, and more.
1 Jul 2022
Ballard Power Systems
Ballard is a leading supplier of fuel cell systems for non-automotive applications. IDTechEx caught up with the company to learn more about its products, as well as its USPs for its new entry into the marine EV market.
13 May 2022
Electric Vehicles Land, Sea, Air - Record Growth as Challenges Mount
Elon Musk once made a prediction that every form of transport, with the exception of space-faring rockets, will become electric. This prediction is starting to materialize as markets for electric cars, trucks, buses, boats, two-wheelers and air taxis reached new heights in 2021.
7 Jul 2021
Electric Boats & Ships: Five Key Battery Suppliers
The IDTechEx report "Electric Leisure & Sea-going Boats and Ships 2021-2040" reveals the battery demand expected from maritime transport over the next two decades, from leisure boats to ocean-crossing ships. In this article, IDTechEx summarizes the leading battery suppliers underpinning the industry.
15 Oct 2020
- Decrease the cost of installation of EV fast-charging infrastructures, and operational time for new EV charging station.
- Install fast-charging infrastructure in remote locations where the power grid does not provide high power lines, and reducing the cost by avoiding the construction of new power lines, and reducing the set-up time of new fast-charging stations.
27 Aug 2020
Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices
Falling Li-ion battery prices have been an important enabler for electrification of boats and ships. In this article, we discuss the latest battery price data from market leaders Corvus Energy, the drivers behind cost reduction and the expectation for cost reduction over the next decade.
The data provided in this article is based on an exclusive IDTechEx interview with Sean Puchalski, Executive VP at Corvus.
25 Aug 2020
Corvus Energy (2020)
Corvus Energy is the leading maritime battery supplier. This update, based on an IDTechEx interview, discusses the impact of covid-19 on marine electrification, the latest trends and data on the company's expanded product line-up, the threats to electrification in the short-term and a market outlook for the sector.