3rd DNV GL Maritime Battery Workshop

Battery workshop part of technology week 2020

Technology Week | 24-27 February 2020

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 8:30 am to 5:00 pm


Value for attending
Gain knowledge from the battery leaders on latest battery technology trends , maritime regulations and guidance in the design, construction, operation of battery ships.


Workshop content

There were 278 battery hybrid vessels in the worldwide fleet in 2018. In 2019, that total grew by more than one third (379). This positive development is due primarily to charterers, owners and operators realizing the technical viability of battery technology and that proven energy storage solutions are more readily available. Battery technology and solutions are fast evolving, and the maritime industry is constantly learning from these projects. The success and safety of such battery projects depend heavily on the understanding of the technical challenges, selection of the optimal battery technologies, and it’s integration into the platforms and infrastructure network safely.

DNV GL will host the 3rd DNV GL Maritime Battery Workshop to share the extensive experience supporting our customers in these areas. This session includes the following topics by regulators, owners, operators, battery manufacturers and DNV GL

  • Global outlook and next generation of maritime batteries.
  • Update maritime lithium-Ion battery regulations and DNV GL battery rules.
  • Battery fire safety and lessons learned - Battery Safety Joint Development Project, fire incidents
  • Owner ’s perspective on battery hybrid projects

Main  Lecturer(s)


Anthony Teo, DNV GL,Technology and LNG Business Development Director, Business Development

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DNV GL, 1400 Ravello Drive, Katy TX 77449

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 8:30 am to 5:00 pm


Value for attending
Gain knowledge from the battery leaders on latest battery technology trends , maritime regulations and guidance in the design, construction, operation of battery ships.


Workshop content

There were 278 battery hybrid vessels in the worldwide fleet in 2018. In 2019, that total grew by more than one third (379). This positive development is due primarily to charterers, owners and operators realizing the technical viability of battery technology and that proven energy storage solutions are more readily available. Battery technology and solutions are fast evolving, and the maritime industry is constantly learning from these projects. The success and safety of such battery projects depend heavily on the understanding of the technical challenges, selection of the optimal battery technologies, and it’s integration into the platforms and infrastructure network safely.

DNV GL will host the 3rd DNV GL Maritime Battery Workshop to share the extensive experience supporting our customers in these areas. This session includes the following topics by regulators, owners, operators, battery manufacturers and DNV GL

  • Global outlook and next generation of maritime batteries.
  • Update maritime lithium-Ion battery regulations and DNV GL battery rules.
  • Battery fire safety and lessons learned - Battery Safety Joint Development Project, fire incidents
  • Owner ’s perspective on battery hybrid projects

Main  Lecturer(s)


Anthony Teo, DNV GL,Technology and LNG Business Development Director, Business Development

Agenda

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 8:30 am to 4:45 pm

Day 1

Workshop agenda

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Registration & Networking Breakfast

Safety Briefing & Introduction

Speaker

Anthony Teo

DNV GL, Technology and LNG Business Development Director, Business Development

Global Maritime Battery market and next generation of Maritime Batteries

Speaker

Henrik Helgesen

DNV GL, Senior Environmental Consultant, Environment Advisory

Arnstein Eknes

DNV GL, Business/Segment Director - Special Ships

Maritime Battery Regulations / Policy

Speaker

Steven Lewis, LTA

USCG

Kolbjørn Berge

Norwegian Maritime Authories

Maritime Battery Safety and Rules updates

Speaker

Sverre Eriksen

DNV GL, Senior Principal Engineer, Electrical Systems and TA/MED Electrical, Control & Bridge

BREAK

Battery Fire safety and lessons learnt/ Battery JDP

 

Speaker

Halvard Hauso

Corvus

Kolbjørn Berge

Norwegian Maritime Authories

Sverre Erickson

DNV GL, DNV GL, Senior Principal Engineer, Electrical Systems and TA/MED Electrical, Control & Bridge

Henrik Helgesen

DNV GL, Senior Environmental Consultant, Environment Advisory

LUNCH

Battery Shipboard Integration – Lessons learnt


 





VAR Skimmer - ThrustMasters –Paul Rembach

Speaker

Tomas Tengnér

ABB

Stian Ramm Manger

Kongsberg/ Rolls Royce

Luke Briant / Jason Bonvillian

Siemens

Paul Rembach

ThrustMasters

Battery Innovation

 

Speaker

Ethan Zolotor

Spear Power Systems

Kirk Plautz

ZAF

Luke Barton

XALT Energy

Ben Gully/Allan Grant

LAVLE

BREAK

Batteries Perspective / Experience –Charterer/ Owner and Operator Round Table








DNV GL- Arnstein (Moderator)

Speaker

Tim Clerc

Seacor

Bo Jardine

Shell

Bob Nouh / Rusu Codrut

Transocean

George Holland

SeaDrill

Arnstein Eknes (Moderator)

DNV GL, Business/Segment Director - Special Ships

Final Q& A / Conclusion

Debate / Minutes of possible Actions/ Workshop assessment

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