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Via TEAMS – 13.00 to 17.00 (UK)

14.00 to 18.00 (EU)

08.00 to 12.00 (US EST)


Workshop Lead – John Haynes

From running Energy Transition training for

significant maritime organisations it is clear there is

 an urgent need to have a better understanding of safety

for onboard and onshore energy storage systems.


The initial focus for Lithium-ion batteries has been on

the various chemistries and energy density.

It is now essential to establish a consistent approach

to identify safe battery-electric systems.


'Safety' for battery-electric vessels is not only about

high performance batteries. A systems approach considers

charging, awareness of the risk of running out of energy

at sea - along with the ability to prevent and fight fire.

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CPD Certificate

Attendees receive CPD / PDH certificate

to support Continuing Professional Development.


Standard Rate: £120

Military / Government / Academia / SAR / Ports

UKHMA / British Marine / YBDSA / RINA / IMarEST

Discount Rate £95

Register to Attend >


For Information:

Claire Donnelly   +44 (0)7709 675258

info@shockmitigation.com


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