• Marine Station, University of Plymouth, Artillery Place, Plymouth PL4 0LU

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Please note this event is fully booked - page updated 22 October 2021.

Join this free meeting if you would like to find out more about de-risking the shift to electric marine - charging and propulsion.

Maritime UK South West and partners are hosting this event with the ambition of pioneering a non-fossil fuelled marine ecosystem in Plymouth and South Devon. The event will provide technical and market information, examples of market solutions already available and expert support. The networking event will also establish a peer network to enable businesses to make informed decisions around making the shift, now or in future to electric or hybrid motors and installing charging points. 

The event is being organised by Maritime UK South West in partnership with the University of Exeter, the University of Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon Council, and Plymouth City Council. The event builds on the Clean Maritime Summit held in June alongside the MDL Green Tech Boat Show, recent investments in electric charging points in Plymouth and increasing market interest in electrification of vessels such as the UK's first innovative seagoing electric ferry, e-Voyager which launched in Plymouth last year.

Visit the Eventbrite web page for more information or email enquiries@martimeuksw.org for any queries.

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