Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo North America Exhibition and Conference

Long Beach Convention Center, USA
March 13 & 14, 2024

The world´s leading exhibition for marine electrification, decarbonisation, future fuels and low-carbon shipping solutions.

Technologies for electrification and hybridization of workboats, ferries, superyachts, other marine vessels + port and harbor infrastructure.

Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo North America Exhibition and Conference, to be held at Long Beach Convention Center, USA, March 13 & 14, 2024, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, charging equipment and fuel-saving solutions.

Targeting the North American market, Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient technologies and components to an audience of shipowners and operators, boat builders, shipyards, propulsion system designers and manufacturers, naval architects, military fleet operators/chiefs and port operators, all interested in exploring ways to decarbonize and the path to zero-emission shipping.

Nothing but green marine propulsion systems, emission-reduction fuels, hybrid systems, charging technologies and, of course, the components within them will be on display – and the only visitors invited to attend will be those who purchase and specify marine charging infrastructures, and vessel engines and components. Every single exhibit will be of relevance to every single visitor, and the only thing visitors will be searching for is cleaner, more efficient, fuel-saving propulsion systems.


Event Info

Date: 03/13/2024 – 03/14/2024
Location: Long Beach, CA, USA

Workshop Alert!

Get ready to dive deep into the future of marine electrification at the Marine Electrification Workshop: Using the Megawatt Charging Standard to Accelerate the Industry! Join us at the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo on Thursday, March 14, 9:30 am – 3:45 pm Pacific for an unparalleled opportunity to shape the industry's path towards sustainability.

Co-organized by CharIN, Black & Veatch, and Crowley, this workshop is the first of its kind, designed for marine industry representatives and government stakeholders interested in understanding the potential of the Megawatt Charging Standard (MCS) for marine electrification applications worldwide.

Two representatives from CharIN will be on site to supplement the content of the workshop program: Christoph Stürmer, CEO of CharIN Academy GmbH, will introduce and later moderate the event. Semih Tetik will actively participate in the panel discussion in session 3 and will explain the benefits of MCS in the marine industry from CharIN's point of view. Join us and request your free visitor tickets below!

  • Insights into MCS Implementation Strategies: Learn how the Megawatt Charging Standard (MCS) can revolutionize marine charging infrastructure, paving the way for sustainable marine transportation.
  • Exploration of High-Powered Charging for Marine Applications: Discover the latest advancements in marine electrification and explore the potential for high-powered charging solutions in the marine industry.
  • Engagement with Industry Leaders and Government Stakeholders: Connect with key players driving marine electrification initiatives and contribute to discussions surrounding the future of the industry.
  • Understanding Regulatory Drivers and Challenges: Gain valuable insights into regulatory frameworks shaping marine electrification efforts and learn how industry stakeholders are navigating challenges and seizing opportunities.
  • Discussion and Input on the Next Steps for Marine Electrification: Bring your perspective to help forge alignment and the development of an international task force for marine electrification standardization.

Your pass grants access to both the workshop and the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Hall.

Workshop details available in the conference program.

Interested in Future Marine MCS Information?

If you would like to receive communications around current and future CharIN (Charging Interface Initiative) activities related to the marine electrification industry and the Megawatt Charging System (MCS) standard, please follow the registration link.

Event contacts

Christoph Stürmer

CEO CharIN Academy

Semih Tetik

Project Manager

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