Articles Tagged: Marine

The Electric Future of Transportation

Recently, nearly 200 nations adopted an historical climate agreement at the COP21 conference in Paris. The agreement aims to help the world abandon fossil fuels this century and move toward… Read more »

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Hot or Cold; Humid or Dry; Dust or Salt; Prefabricated Data Centers Can Handle Harsh Environments

In Part I of this blog series, I laid out the issues around the urgent need in the oil and gas industry to modernize IT infrastructures to maximize performance and… Read more »

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The Strength of Global Standards and Classification Societies for Reliable Power in Marine Applications

Like much else in modern life, today’s seafaring vessels have become highly dependent on electrical and electronic systems. So it follows that the availability of electrical power at sea is… Read more »

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How the ship recycling regulations may impact the marine equipment’s manufacturers?

During the past decade, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has made significant progress to reduce the environmental impact of active ships by implementing various regulatory constraints (on air emissions and… Read more »

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Increasing the Short-circuit Current in a Shore Connection System

In the High Voltage Shore Connection (HVSC) standards, requirements are specified concerning shore connection grid voltage quality and protection selectivity between the shore connection grid and the ship power system…. Read more »

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Are Scrubbers a relevant solution for shipping industry?

By 2012 per the Marpol6 global regulation, ships are restricted to Sulphur emission of 1% in ECA areas and 3.5% in Global areas. By 2015, Sulphur emission must be reduced to… Read more »

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Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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California US: the platform of shore power development

California in the United States is often viewed as the place where innovation starts. When it comes to port and environmental actions, once again, California has been a pioneer. Last… Read more »

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Secure Power Beyond the Data Center

In today’s digital world, when we think about problems around power interruptions, the systems that are top of mind for many of us are information technology (IT) systems, meaning everything… Read more »

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Are Scrubbers a relevant solution for shipping industry?

By 2012 per the Marpol6 global regulation, ships are restricted to Sulphur emission of 1% in ECA areas and 3.5% in Global areas. By 2015, Sulphur emission must be reduced to… Read more »

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Secure Power Beyond the Data Center

In today’s digital world, when we think about problems around power interruptions, the systems that are top of mind for many of us are information technology (IT) systems, meaning everything… Read more »

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Hot or Cold; Humid or Dry; Dust or Salt; Prefabricated Data Centers Can Handle Harsh Environments

In Part I of this blog series, I laid out the issues around the urgent need in the oil and gas industry to modernize IT infrastructures to maximize performance and… Read more »

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Increasing the Short-circuit Current in a Shore Connection System

In the High Voltage Shore Connection (HVSC) standards, requirements are specified concerning shore connection grid voltage quality and protection selectivity between the shore connection grid and the ship power system…. Read more »

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California US: the platform of shore power development

California in the United States is often viewed as the place where innovation starts. When it comes to port and environmental actions, once again, California has been a pioneer. Last… Read more »

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The Strength of Global Standards and Classification Societies for Reliable Power in Marine Applications

Like much else in modern life, today’s seafaring vessels have become highly dependent on electrical and electronic systems. So it follows that the availability of electrical power at sea is… Read more »

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Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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The Electric Future of Transportation

Recently, nearly 200 nations adopted an historical climate agreement at the COP21 conference in Paris. The agreement aims to help the world abandon fossil fuels this century and move toward… Read more »

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How the ship recycling regulations may impact the marine equipment’s manufacturers?

During the past decade, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has made significant progress to reduce the environmental impact of active ships by implementing various regulatory constraints (on air emissions and… Read more »

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Are Scrubbers a relevant solution for shipping industry?

By 2012 per the Marpol6 global regulation, ships are restricted to Sulphur emission of 1% in ECA areas and 3.5% in Global areas. By 2015, Sulphur emission must be reduced to… Read more »

5 Comments

Secure Power Beyond the Data Center

In today’s digital world, when we think about problems around power interruptions, the systems that are top of mind for many of us are information technology (IT) systems, meaning everything… Read more »

5 Comments

The Electric Future of Transportation

Recently, nearly 200 nations adopted an historical climate agreement at the COP21 conference in Paris. The agreement aims to help the world abandon fossil fuels this century and move toward… Read more »

3 Comments

Secure Power Solutions Must Be Adaptable to Specific Industry Needs

Ensuring reliable power for mission-critical applications in industry isn’t as simple as offering a range of standard power protection products, even if they are very good products. For many Secure… Read more »

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Increasing the Short-circuit Current in a Shore Connection System

In the High Voltage Shore Connection (HVSC) standards, requirements are specified concerning shore connection grid voltage quality and protection selectivity between the shore connection grid and the ship power system…. Read more »

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How the ship recycling regulations may impact the marine equipment’s manufacturers?

During the past decade, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has made significant progress to reduce the environmental impact of active ships by implementing various regulatory constraints (on air emissions and… Read more »

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The Strength of Global Standards and Classification Societies for Reliable Power in Marine Applications

Like much else in modern life, today’s seafaring vessels have become highly dependent on electrical and electronic systems. So it follows that the availability of electrical power at sea is… Read more »

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Hot or Cold; Humid or Dry; Dust or Salt; Prefabricated Data Centers Can Handle Harsh Environments

In Part I of this blog series, I laid out the issues around the urgent need in the oil and gas industry to modernize IT infrastructures to maximize performance and… Read more »

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California US: the platform of shore power development

California in the United States is often viewed as the place where innovation starts. When it comes to port and environmental actions, once again, California has been a pioneer. Last… Read more »

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