EMP is pleased to announce that it will exhibit for the first time a working prototype of its EnergySail technology and the automated control system at Sea Japan in Tokyo between the 11th – 13th April.
EMP announced that it has signed an MOU with Star Bulk covering a joint study project focused on the feasibility of using EMP’s technologies on existing and new bulk carriers.
In another major step towards bringing rigid sails onto powered ships, EMP announced that it has signed a patent license agreement with Teramoto Iron Works Ltd.
To further enhance its research capabilities Eco Marine Power will begin using the Neural Network Console provided by Sony Network Communications, to incorporate AI.
EMP is pleased to announce that it has begun preparing for sea trials of its Aquarius MRE solution in co-operation with strategic partners and ship owner Hisafuku Kisen K.K. of Onomichi, Japan.
The Global Study will focus on the utilization of Eco Marine Power’s patented technology on large commercial ships.
In another major step towards bringing renewable energy to shipping, EMP is pleased to announce that it has been granted a United States Patent for technology related to its wind and solar power system for ships.
In another important step towards bringing its rigid sail technology onto ships Eco Marine Power (EMP) is pleased to announce that work has commenced on the production of an EnergySail in Onomichi, Japan.
Eco Marine Power (EMP) is pleased to announce that it has been granted a patent in Japan related to its Aquarius Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) System – an innovative wind & solar power solution for ships.