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Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo

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Date(s) - Jun 27, 2018 - Jun 29, 2018
All Day

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Amsterdam RAI

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The exhibition is dedicated to showcasing the latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions.

A truly global event, with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient propulsion technologies and components to an audience of propulsion system designers, ship owners and operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, naval architects and military fleet operators/chiefs.

Nothing but pure electric propulsion systems, hybrid systems, and of course the components within them will be on display – and the only visitors that will be invited to attend will be those who purchase and specify marine engines and components. Every single exhibit will be of relevance to every single visitor, and the only thing visitors will be searching for is cleaner, more efficient propulsion systems.

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