||Bradley, S. ETI HDV marine programme - Presentation, ETI, 2017. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000079. Cite this using DataCite
||ETI’s Strategy Manager Stuart Bradley presents the “ETI HDV marine programme” at All Energy 2017 in Glasgow
The aim of hte HDV Marine Programme: To bring about a meaningful change to the fuel efficiency and Green House Gas intensity of the UK HDV marine fleet
- Why is HDV efficiency so important?
- Ship Construction and Lexicon
- Marine Program Structure
- What is our UK Fleet?
- Selected Vessels to represent the HDV Marine Fleet
- What do Ships use for Power today?
- Innovations for Ships
- Technology Impact
- Improved Performance
- Waste Heat Recovery
- High Efficiency Propulsion System Project (HEPS)
- Flettner Rotor System
||ETI-HD1009: HDV Phase 1 Marine System Integration
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ETI Insights Report - Targeting a 30% improvement in fuel efficiency for marine vessels
Infographic - HDV Marine: Targeting a 30% Improvement in Fuel Efficiency for Marine Vessels
Marine Subset Project - Systems Integration of Platform Technologies for Heavy Duty Vehicle Efficiency - Request for Proposals