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E-POWERED MARINE SOLUTIONS

E-MS

E-MS engineers are specialized and experienced in innovative and environmentally friendly diesel-electric ship networks and propulsion systems. Compared with conventional systems, the solutions offer fuel-saving possibilities up to 12 percent. The concepts developed are applicable for almost all types of ships and offshore applications. Their compact design leads to distinct space and weight savings, thus increasing cargo hold and/or operating range.

If you are looking for low life-cycle costs of your next ship e-ms offers comprehensive qualified consultancy for electric power generation and distribution – starting with the first idea via construction until commissioning and operation.

E-MS News:

E-MS at Shiptec China 2016

E-MS at Shiptec China 2016 At the Dalian World Expo Center, in the Chinese province of Liaoning, the 12th International Shipbuilding, Marine Equipment and Offshore Engineering exhibition for China took place from 25 to 28 October 2016. The Hamburg-based company...

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E-MS at SMM 2016

E-MS at SMM, 6 - 9 sept 2016 We are looking back at a successful trade fair. At this year's SMM, the leading international maritime trade fair, we made new contacts, fostered established ones and had a lot of interesting conversations with current and future business...

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E-MS at HANSA 2016

HANSA 09/2016 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME JOURNAL Environmental performance and maximum economy viability at the same time characterize the network topologies developed by E-MS, e-powered marine solutions Hamburg. These are designed for ships of all sizes and types as well...

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Our technology

Power supply and propulsion

Variable speed and start-stop function

Remote diagnostics

Retrofit solution

The silent engineering.

Ship network and propulsion solutions with unique innovative features.


E-PP
is the core element of electric power generation and supply on board a ship for the entire network – independent of voltage and frequency – and the electric ship propulsion, consisting of a common DC bus combined with generator and consumer corresponding converters.