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Solar Panel Sails Move To Design Phase.

Earth Techling. 22nd August 2011.

An innovative concept of using solar panels as both sails and photovoltaic energy producers on ships is moving forward to the “detailed design” phase, according to developer Eco Marine Power. The Fukuoka, Japan-based company is promoting its concept as a way for shipping lines to green up their operations.  Read more...

Interview with Greg Atkinson, Director of Eco Marine Power

EEWeb Electrical Engineering Community. 30th July 2011.

Discussion regarding renewable energy technologies being developed for shipping including the Tonbo solar-electric hybrid ferry and the Aquarius wind & solar power system. Read more...

Sustainable Shipping awards shortlist of nominees announced

Sustainable Shipping News. 1st June 2011.

The shortlist of nominees for the 2011 Sustainable Shipping Awards, to be held at an industry ceremony in London in July, has been revealed. Read more...

Eco Marine Power Launches Eco Ship Study

Hellenic Shipping News. 13th May 2011.

Eco Marine Power (EMP) yesterday announced that it has commenced a study to investigate how its Aquarius wind and solar marine power system could be incorporated into a future eco ship specifically designed to minimise fuel consumption and reduce noxious gas emissions. Read more...

Ecomarine Power to launch dragonfly-inspired solar-electric vessel in 2012

Ecoseed. 12th May 2011.

Eco Marine Power, a Japan-based company that develops solar, wind and electric marine power and propulsion systems, will launch its Tonbo Hybrid Marine Power solar-electric vessel next year. Read more...

Eco Marine Power starts development of eco solar ferry Medaka

Ecoseed. 28th April 2011.

Eco Marine Power Ltd., a Japan-based company that develops solar, wind and electric marine power and propulsion systems, will be developing a solar ferry called Medaka, which will cater to water commuters. Read more...

Solar Sail Technology the Powering Force behind International Shipping

Emerging Technology News. 28th February 2011.

Ships have been crossing the ocean for a long time, originally harnessing the power of the wind in their sales, and then using fossil fuels to power tankers which give off carbon emissions and contribute to global warming. But now solar sail technology has been introduced to the shipping industry, which uses energy from the sun to power the ship for a more eco-friendly way of getting from port to port. Read more...

Wind-Powered Cargo Ships Make a Comeback

Clean Technica. 28th February 2011.

Sailing ships once carried much of the world’s cargo across the seas, until canvas sheets were replaced by low-grade “bunker” oil. Now it appears that wind power is about to make a comeback, in the form of rigid “sails” that double as solar panels. The patent-pending technology, called the Aquarius Solar and Wind Marine Power System, is being developed by a company called Eco Marine Power. The dream of a high tech, sustainable energy cargo ship has been percolating for a number of years now, but it hasn’t caught on in a big way, so let’s see if this new system is The One. Read More...

Eco Marine Power Developing Solar Sails to Power Ships

inhabitat.com. 25th Feburary 2011.

Traditionally wind power has enabled man to travel the seas, but in recent years, fossil fuels and nuclear power have taken over. However, Japanese company Eco Marine Power are harking back to days of yore, but this time with a renewable energy twist. The energy firm has developed rigid sails that are installed with solar models and the system, called The Aquarius, is able to collect both solar and wind energy to power ships. Read more...

Eco Marine Power Unveils Tonbo- Hybrid Vessel

Marine Insight. 26th January 2011.

Eco Marine Power in collaboration with partner firms have come up with a design for a hybrid vessel that comprises within it, both Eco- friendly marine technology as well the newest in green technology. This hybrid ship, to be called the Tonbo, uses the latest in lithium battery technology among other features to improve efficacy of the vessel. The ship uses a solar panel on the roof to charge the lithium batteries, thereby exemplifying its pro- environmental capabilities. Read More...



 
         
 

 
 
 
 
 

Eco Marine Power to Display Technologies at Sea Japan 2014

First public display of Aquarius MRE System and Aquarius Eco Ship concept Fukuoka, Japan - 31st March 2014 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it will be presenting for the first time a number of the technologies it is developing including the Aquarius Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) System at Sea Japan 2014. During the three day event in Tokyo between the 9th to 11th April, EMP will also outline its vision for the future development of sustainable shipping technol... Read more

Eco Marine Power’s EnergySail Passes Lab Tests

Innovative Rigid Sail Technology Being Readied for Sea Trials Fukuoka, Japan - 15th January 2014 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) is pleased to announce that its innovative rigid sail technology for ships - the “EnergySail” - has passed a range of function tests which were conducted at the Aquarius Innovation Lab in Osaka, Japan. The EnergySail is a unique renewable energy platform for shipping designed by EMP that is able to harness the power of the wind and sun. The EnergySail ca... Read more

KEI System and Eco Marine Power Establish Aquarius Innovation Lab

Osaka, Japan - 9th December 2013 - KEI System Ltd (KEI) and Eco Marine Power (EMP) are pleased to announce that they have jointly established the Aquarius Innovation Lab to develop sustainable shipping technologies. The facility is located in Osaka, Japan, and includes an indoor test centre plus an outdoor area for evaluating the performance of hardware such as solar panels, rigid sails & wind power devices. ... Read more

Aquarius MRE System Nominated for Ship Technology Award

Award Recognizes Global Innovation in Shipping Technology Fukuoka, Japan - 9th September - Eco Marine Power (EMP) is honoured to announce that it has been short-listed for the Ship Technology Global Innovation in Energy Efficiency Award for 2013 for its Aquarius MRE System. The Aquarius MRE System (patent pending) is a renewable energy solution for shipping that incorporates rigid sail technology controlled by a dedicated computer system so that the power of the sun and win... Read more

MIE to Represent Eco Marine Power in Greek Shipping Market

Partnership to promote sustainable shipping technologies Fukuoka, Japan – 29th July 2013 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) has taken a major step towards bringing its sustainable shipping technologies to the market by announcing today that it has entered into a commercial agency agreement with MIE Company Ltd (MIE) of Greece. Under the terms of the agreement, MIE will promote solutions and products by Eco Marine Power to Greek shipowners starting with the Aquarius Management & ... Read more

Eco Marine Power & KEI System to launch Aquarius MAS

Robust automation, control and management system for marine renewable energy solutions Fukuoka, Japan – 22nd May 2013 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) and KEI System Ltd (KEI) of Osaka, Japan, announced today that they will release later this year, the Aquarius Monitoring and Automation System or Aquarius MAS – a marine computer system capable of monitoring and/or controlling equipment on ships including wind and solar power devices plus being able to monitor fuel consumption. The ... Read more

Eco Marine Power and AIMS Global Engineering Sign MOU

Companies agree to co-operate to develop and promote eco-friendly solutions for shipping Fukuoka, Japan – 24th April 2013 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AIMS Global Engineering (AIMS) of Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, to market and develop renewable energy solutions for shipping. Initially the companies will focus on a project to complete the detailed design of the Medaka eco-commuter ferry with the aim t... Read more

Solbian Energie Alternative to Collaborate with Eco Marine Power

Fukuoka, Japan - 6th February 2013 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) is pleased announce that it will collaborate with Solbian Energie Alternative Srl of Italy to jointly develop applications for its solar cell technology across a variety of marine renewable energy projects for shipping including the Aquarius MRE System. ... Read more

Eco Marine Power to use KEI 3240 Data Logger

Fukuoka, Japan - 21st December 2012 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it will use the KEI 3240 Data Logger supplied by KEI System Ltd (KEI) of Osaka, Japan, to verify fuel savings and measure the performance of its Aquarius MRE System - a wind & solar power solution for sustainable shipping. ... Read more

EnergySail Array for Naval & Coast Guard Ships Outlined

Fukuoka, Japan - 13th November 2012 - Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. (EMP) released today further details of its modified version of the Aquarius MRE System for use on naval and coast guard ships. This modified system will use EMP’s patent pending EnergySail technology to form an array of devices able to harness renewable energy on these types of ships. ... Read more

Eco Marine Power Receives Solution Inspiring Action Award

Fukuoka, Japan - 27th September 2012 - Eco Marine Power (EMP) is pleased to announce that it received a Solutions Inspiring Action Award at the 2012 Savannah Ocean Exchange in Savannah, Georgia in the United States for its innovative Aquarius MRE System - a wind and solar power renewable energy solution for shipping. The award was presented at a gala dinner on the 21st September in Savannah. ... Read more

Eco Marine Power Completes EnergySail Design

Fukuoka, Japan - 24th August 2012 - Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. announced today that it has completed the high level design for its innovative rigid sail known as the EnergySail. This revolutionary device will allow ships to harness the power of the wind and sun in order to reduce fuel costs plus lower noxious gas and carbon emissions. ... Read more

Aquarius MRE System Enters Testing Phase

Fukuoka, 25th May 2012 - Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. (EMP) today announced that lab testing of its Aquarius MRE System – a revolutionary wind & solar power solution for ships – will commence in a test facility in Osaka, Japan from early June. This is a significant move forward as it takes the project into the prototype testing and type approval phase after which sea trials can be conducted. ... Read more

Eco Marine Power Unveils Aquarius Eco Ship Concept

Fukuoka, 30th January 2012 - Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. (EMP) today unveiled a concept ship design incorporating its Aquarius Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) System. This concept design is called the Aquarius Eco Ship and is part of Eco Marine Power’s ongoing development efforts aimed at moving shipping towards a more sustainable future. ... Read more
 
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Hybrid marine power & propulsion solutions save fuel, reduce pollution and are cost effective. Eco Marine Power is at the forefront of developing low emission & fuel efficient solutions for shipping and has a range of innovative technologies available now. Our computer systems also provide a control interface between renewable energy & other power systems onboard ships.

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Eco Marine Power is at the forefront of developing innovative marine renewable energy technologies for sustainable shipping which harness the power of the sun & wind. These solutions include our Aquarius MRE System and EnergySail. These technologies will reduce fuel consumption, lower noxious gas emissions and deliver cost benefits to ship owners and operators.

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Eco Marine Power works with shipyards & ship owners to develop energy efficient ferry, workboat, unmanned surface vessels (USV's) and other smaller ship designs that utilize the latest in renewable energy and green shipping technologies. These technologies include flexible solar panels, energy storage solutions, the Aquarius MAS & our innovative EnergySail.

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Finding the right solar, wind, electric or hybrid marine power solution can be a daunting task so Eco Marine Power works with shipyards and ship owners to help them find the best system for their needs. EMP also developments low emission & sustainable shipping concepts and designs using marine renewable energy technologies & advanced computer systems.
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