Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe – Amsterdam – June 21 – 23

Meet 200+ exhibitors – including Cummins, Rolls-Royce Solutions, Holland Shipyards Group & more – and hear from 100+ speakers this June, in Amsterdam

Compact ammonia-to-power solution


Booth: 6080

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Marine energy storage solutions

AYK Energy

Booth: 6020

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Advanced powder coating process

H V Wooding

Booth: 3054

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Integrated propulsion system


Booth: 1110

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Join 100+ speakers at Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe Conference 2023 – the world’s only international conference exclusively dedicated to the electrification and hybridization of marine vessels along with the associated supporting infrastructure for ports, charging, fueling and energy supply.
Ika Rere, the Southern Hemisphere’s first fully electric passenger ferry

Jeremy Ward

Managing Director

East By West Co Ltd trading as East By West Ferries

What the audience will learn:

In December 2021, East By West Ferries (EBW) launched Ika Rere (‘Flying Fish’ in Māori), the Southern Hemisphere’s first zero emission, fully electric, fast passenger ferry. Designed and built in New Zealand by EBW’s own subsidiary company, Wellington Electric Boat Building Co (WEBBCO). EBW have operated daily ferry services across Wellington Harbour, New Zealand Aotearoa, for over 35 years. Ika Rere is a 19m fully carbon fibre light-weight catamaran vessel, with a 20 knots service speed and a capacity for 132 passengers. This presentation will demonstrate the future and efficacy of sustainable marine tourism transport in the years to come.

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Three, two and one-day passes available: Early-bird discounted rates

Three-day pass – €1,695 + VAT

Two-day pass – €1,280 + VAT

One-day pass – €830 + VAT

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Step 2: Login information for the app will be sent to you within 1 hour of registering. You can then download the app and start networking.

Discover more about Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe at www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpo.com
The event will also incorporate Autonomous Ship Expo and Conference – a chance to discuss and see the technologies for autonomous shipping operations.


The world’s leading exhibition for marine electrification, decarbonization, future fuels and low-carbon shipping solutions

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Reduced rate prices

One-day pass – €830 + VAT

Two-day pass – €1,280 + VAT

Three-day pass – €1,695 + VAT

Conference Sessions

Day 1 – Tuesday, June 20

Enabling Marine Decarbonization
Integrating Alternative Fuels and Energy
Business Cases and Strategies
Port and Charging Infrastructure
Which Battery for your Electric Ship?

Day 2 – Wednesday, June 21

Port and Charging Infrastructure
Integrating Alternative Fuels and Energy
Business Cases and Strategies
Simulation, Modeling and Testing
Systems Control and Optimization
System Integration 2.0

Day 3 – Thursday, June 22

Charging Standards for Marine Vessels
Energy Storage Developments
Vessel and Project Case Studies
Battery Monitoring and Safety

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The exhibition, to be held in RAI Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 20, 21 & 22, 2023, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, charging equipment and fuel-saving solutions.

A truly global event with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe 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.