Maritime

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Ferries

MHtech can help you choose the best suited energy carrier for your propulsion system. Ferries operation vary in terms of distance covered each day, size, route and structure. This calls for spezialized soulutions and means that the future ferry fleet will consist of a wide variety of technologies and solutions to minimize both emissions and cost.

MHTech simulates your system using either a log of your operation or the time-table to calculate emissions and cost. MHTech can therefore support you in bid-support and evaluation as well as feasability studies.

Fishing and Aquaculture

MHtech can help you choose the best suited energy carrier for your propulsion system. Fishing and aquaculture vessels have large emission reduction potential, and MHTech can assist in design- and rebuild phases.

MHTech simulates your system using either a log of your operation or the time-table to calculate emissions and cost.

Shore Power

Ships running engines when at quay results in large emissions from greenhouse-gases and nitrogen oxides. The latter being a large deterent to air quality, which continues to be an issue in several large and smaller cities. In adition running the engines at low load at quay increases wear and maintenance on the engines. This can be avoided by connecting the ship to shore power at the harbour, or using a battery pack which is charged during transit. MHTech can simulate the power consumption both with shore power, and with batteries. We can also simulate the transit between harbours to asses the required charging power if a battery solution is used.

Oil and Gas

One way to cut emissions is to use shore power instead of gas turbines on the platform. However, there are concerns about blackouts, and the need for back-up systems. As gas-turbines require time to start these are often operating at low load instead of being shut off completely. MHTech can simulate the power consumption both during normal operation, and during a loss of shore power, to asses the carbon-footpring impact, and the need for back-up solutions.