Sustainable shipping vessel concepts, green shipping designs & marine renewable energy technologies by Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd.  Also pictures & videos of EMP projects, products and events. Designs & technologies include the patented Aquarius MRE & EnergySail, Aquarius MAS, Aquarius Marine Solar Power, Tonbo Solar Hybrid Ferry,  Medaka Urban Eco Commuter Ferry and Aquarius Eco Ship. Please note that these images & videos remain the property of Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd and/or partner companies. Higher resolution images may be available upon request. For further information including media enquiries please contact us via our online Enquiry Form.

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EnergySail Demonstration and Test Unit at the Onomichi Marine Tech Test Center in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.


Eco Marine Power and Furukawa Battery with guests at the 2019 Shipping Finance Conference in Athens, Greece.

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Eco Marine Power company presentation and products overview including EnergySail, Aquarius MAS, Aquarius Marine Solar Power and Aquarius MRE.

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Eco Marine Power solar panel array on large cargo ship installed as part of an Aquarius MAS + Solar solution. Renewable energy for shipping.

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Aquarius Eco Ship concept design incorporates a innovative solar & wind power system for ships called the Aquarius MRE.

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Ship solar panel array installed as part of an Aquarius MAS + Solar solution package with batteries and monitoring system.

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Impression of Aquarius Eco Ship with EnergySail array and solar panel arrays. This version of the Aquarius Eco ship is a bulker or bulk cargo ship.

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Marine solar power array being installed on Blue Star Delos in October 2014 as part of an integrated Aquarius Management & Automation System.

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Impression of Aquarius MRE by Eco Marine Power (EMP) shown on an oil tanker. Rigid sails may be fitted with solar panels.

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The Eco Marine Power, KEI System & Furukawa Battery display booth at the Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo 2015 at the RAI Center in Amsterdam.

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Impression of the Eco Marine Power (EMP) Tonbo solar-electric hybrid ferry loading passengers. The unique solar panel array was developed by EMP.

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Aquarius MAS + Solar PV array on-board the ship Blue Star Delos at Ios Island, Greece. May 2015, during marine solar power evaluation trials.



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Hybrid marine power solutions including solar power save fuel, reduce pollution and are cost effective. Eco Marine Power is at the forefront of developing low emission & fuel saving solutions for ships, Our computer systems also provide a control interface between renewable energy & other systems on-board ships.
Eco Marine Power is at the forefront of providing innovative marine renewable energy technologies for shipping that harness the power of the sun & wind. These solutions include Aquarius MRE, EnergySail & Aquarius Marine Solar Power. These reduce fuel consumption, lower noxious gas emissions and deliver cost benefits.
Aquarius Management & Automation System or Aquarius MAS is a cost effective alarm handling, monitoring & data logging platform suitable for a wide range of ships. The system is based upon the reliable KEI 3240 Data Logger and is class approved. Aquarius MAS can also monitor fuel use & calculate vessel emissions.
Our design & consulting services include green ship & eco ship concept designs, renewable energy surveys, renewable energy systems design & consulting support for new ship and retrofit projects. We work with ship owners, ship managers and ship yards to develop the right renewable energy solution for their needs.
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