Converting the world's shipping to low carbon propulsion is not going to be easy ! Any transition to low- and zero-carbon fuels can be expected to increase the cost of vessels and their operation in the medium term, until the technologies associated with fuel production, distribution, bunkering and combustion become more cost effective.

Another area that will impact the decarbonization of shipping is the rate of electrification of the power generation and propulsion systems. Relatively new systems such as hybrid diesel-electric or fuel cells have the potential to offer significant emission benefits.

Their market penetration is increasing, mostly on local routes and within environmental control areas; however, their adoption in larger vessels will require more technological innovation, operational certainty and the cost reductions derived from economies of scale.

We can help this process - using our Energy Cell we can power steam turbine generation systems or create electricity for hybrid systems. We can also with heat technology produce clean water thus reducing the considerable carbon footprint that shipping currently creates.

Development of a system that uses salt water is a further objective.

Challenges & Responses

EnergyNetiQ has multiple solutions for todays problems.

Marine Propulsion


Changing the conversation on Shipping and its carbon footprint.

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Domestic & Commercial Boilers

Commercial & Domestic Heating

Ability to replace commercial and domestic boiler

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Decarbonising Heat

Desalination | Sewage works | Heat & Cooling

Helping the world deal with fugitive emissions.

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