Britain, Design, Energy, Engineers, Eniday, Innovation, Power, Technology, Transport

How electric batteries are made

The design, functionality and price of vehicle electric batteries are the decisive factors in any decision to invest in the mass manufacture of electric vehicles (EVs)… Electric batteries are integral to the main formats of electric vehicles (EVs) namely, hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and all-electric […]

Ghostwriting, Industrial journalism, International Maritime Organization, Journalism, Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Technology, Transport

Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology

Just edited, written and planned content about the global power generation news, developments, issues and events for the winter edition of Cavendish Group business publishing publication Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology. Also the first time I have seen my work translated into Chinese. See for more info

Engineers, Europe, Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Technology, Transport

Wärtsilä propulsion solutions continue to be the fishing vessels’ choice

Finnish-based technology provider Wärtsilä, has won a contract from Scottish-based Lunar Fishing Co Ltd, to replace its existing “Luna bow” purse signer trawler with a new ship of the same name. The replacement vessel is being built at the Karstensens Skibsvaerft shipyard in Denmark and the order with Wärtsilä was […]

Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Shipping, Technology, Transport

The challenges of using new materials in shipbuilding

Already, new technologies have been adopted which yield the benefits of both weight reduction and fuel savings. They include low-emission engines, new fuel types, heat recovery systems and the optimisation of ships’ trim. Now and increasingly, ship-owners and operators are demanding that new-builds are constructed with lighter-weight materials in order […]

Marine Engineeing and Offshore Technology, Research and development, Shipping, Technology, Transport

MobilGard™ CCM data reveals range of engine challenges facing operators

Ship-operators need to ensure vessels are kept in optimum condition to meet the latest fuel efficiency and regulation targets, but they are under constant pressure to save money. Engine efficiency therefore continues to be a primary concern. Exxon Mobil’s recent report on MobilGard™ Cylinder Condition Monitoring (CCM) identifies a range […]