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Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards 2015
WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2015 hosted the second Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards, a ceremony that honoured the world's finest engineers, innovations and products in the electric and hybrid marine arena.

With a judging panel that boasted some of the world’s leading marine journalists, industry experts and academics, the Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards promise to become some of the most sought-after accolades within the marine industry.




The Winners


Supplier of the Year - Corvus Energy


The jury was asked to vote for the company that they felt had contributed the most to the industry over the last 12 months. Suppliers were judged not only on product innovation, but also profitability and commercial success, such as identifying and establishing new manufacturing and R&D centres and winning new business.

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Supplier of the Year - Runners-up

 



Innovation of the Year - Azipod D thruster by
ABB Marine



The jury was asked to vote solely for the pioneering technology or technical innovation that they felt pushed the boundaries and contributed in some way to making electric and hybrid propulsion possible and viable.

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Innovation of the Year - Runners-up

 



Chief Engineer of the Year - Magnus Eriksson, co-founder and technical COO, Echandia Marine

The jury was asked to vote for an individual who has made the single largest contribution to advancing electric and hybrid marine propulsion systems over the last 12 months.

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Chief Engineer of the Year - Runners-up

 



Propulsion System Manufacturer of the Year -
ABB Marine


The jury was asked to vote for the company that they felt had contributed the most to the industry over the last 12 months. Manufacturers were judged not only on product innovation, but also profitability and commercial success, such as identifying and establishing new manufacturing and R&D centres and winning new business.

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Propulsion System Manufacturer of the Year - Runners-up

 



Electric & Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year - Ampere electric passenger/car ferry by Norled

The jury was asked to vote for the best complete electric and hybrid propulsion system released within the last 12 months that makes a contribution to cleaner, more efficient marine propulsion. Other criteria included ingenuity and scale of financial investment.


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Electric & Hybrid Propulsion System of the Year - Runners-up

  • Heavy-duty compact DC propulsion system by Visedo Marine -
    more information
  • Thunderbolt diesel-electric inland towboat by Eastern Shipbuilding Group - more information
  • MS Multi Green fish farming service vessel by FSV Group -
    more information
  • Tachibana-Maru passenger ferry by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - more information

 




Awards Jury 2015

 

  • Douglas R Kelly – editor, Marine Technology, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (USA)
  • Chris McKesson – instructor, naval architecture, University of British Columbia (Canada)
  • Roald Evensen – journalist, Maritimt Magasin (Norway)
  • Felicity Landon –freelance journalist specialising in global maritime, industry and logistics for outlets such as Seatrade Global, Maritime Executive, Port Strategy and Lloyd’s List (UK)
  • Narve Mjøs – director of battery services and projects, DNV GL’s Maritime Advisory (Norway)
  • Stevie Knight – maritime journalist with outlets such as The Motorship, Breakbulk, Port Strategy, Boating Business, Maritime Journal and GreenPort (UK)
  • Brian Jenner – regional survey manager, Survey Association (Singapore)
  • Martin Conway – editor of Ship & Boat International/Offshore Marine Technology, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (UK)
  • Gail van den Hanenberg – editor-in-chief, Maritime Holland (the Netherlands)
  • William Mathieson – editor, Superyacht News (UK)
  • Zuomin Dong – professor and chair, department of mechanical engineering, University of Victoria (USA)
  • Captain Cahit Istikbal – former vice president of the International Maritime Pilots Association, chief pilot of Istanbul Harbour (Turkey)
  • Fulya Tekin – editor in chief, SeaNews Turkey (Turkey)
  • Dr George Papalambrou – lecturer, School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)
  • Willem de Jong – senior editor, SWZ Maritime (the Netherlands)
  • Martin Uhlenfeldt - chief editor, Maritime Denmark (Denmark)
  • David Rahn – publisher, Western Mariner (Canada)
  • Dan Veen – senior business developer, TNO Maritime & Offshore (the Netherlands)
  • Org Nieuwoudt – director of Raubicon Engineers, and fellow and council member of South African Institute of Marine Engineers and Naval Architects (South Africa)
  • Neil Baird – founder, Ausmarine and Work Boat World (Australia)
  • Leo Ryan – editor, Maritime Magazine (Canada)
  • Sam Chambers – editorial director, Asia Shipping Media (China)
  • Wendy Laursen – news editor, Maritime Executive (Australasia)
  • Viktor Efimov – editor in chief, Maritime Market (Russia)
  • John Snyder – editor in chief and publisher, Marine Log (USA)
  • Noboru Ueda – chairman and president, ClassNK (Japan)
  • Steve Chalmers – editor, Boat Owner Middle East (Dubai, UAE)
  • Chris Phillips – managing editor, Pacific Maritime (USA)
  • Tim Thomas – contributing editor, Boat International (UK)
  • Mike Grinter – editor, Asia Maritime (Hong Kong)
  • Victor Billet – editor, Maritimes magazine (New Zealand)
  • Michael Starling – editor, Maritime & Ports Middle East (Dubai, UAE)
  • Captain Dennis Kruse – executive director, American Society of Naval Engineers (USA)
  • Professor Ørnulf Jan Rødseth – senior scientist, Marintek, NTNU University (Norway)
  • Gavin Lipsith – editor, The Motorship (UK)
  • Krischan Förster, chief editor, Hansa International Maritime Journal (Germany)
  • Jack Frith, editor, Maritime Journal (UK)
  • Charles van den Oosterkamp, CEO, Yellow & Finch Publishers (the Netherlands)
  • John Haynes, managing director, Shock Mitigation and founder of the RIB & High Speed Craft Directory

 

 

 
 

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