Electric propulsion systems for boats and ships have enjoyed steady uptake in recreational, ferry, short-sea and inland segments due to relatively small vessel sizes or well-defined operational profiles. However, some early entry points are now reaching saturation, and the industry is turning to growth from hybrid deep-sea ships, driven by unprecedented global emissions regulations from the IMO and EU. The pressure is on as China joins the fray with competitively priced LFP battery systems, helping drive the next level of growth for the industry.
- Marine battery market limitations & fuel options
- Electric boat and ship markets
- Marine batteries & chemistries
- Battery suppliers and China
- A look at the IDTechEx market outlook
This webinar is based on IDTechEx's broader mobility research portfolio, tracking the adoption of electric vehicles, battery trends, autonomy, and demand across land, sea, and air. Helping you navigate whatever may be ahead. Find out more at www.IDTechEx.com/Research/EV