Alfa Laval - EPowerPackHK

Webinar | An Innovative Solution to support energy efficiency and decarbonization strategies

Recent developments in the Marine regulatory landscape has brought Energy Efficiency to the center of attention. While IMO’s CO2 emission targets are expected to challenge the future of ship design more than ever, it will also have a significant impact the operation of existing ships.

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Alfa Laval E-Powerpack is a simple, low maintenance, modular solution which seeks to convert excess thermal energy available onboard into usable electric power. By doing this, it assists ship owners and managers to improve their overall energy efficiency in a cost effective manner and at the same time, save significant amount of money through reduction in the overall fuel consumption onboard. In this webinar, we would give you an introduction of Alfa Laval E-Powerpack and the benefits of converting waste heat to electricity. We would also introduce you to the Alfa Laval Micro (a Waste heat recovery solution for Auxiliary engines) that can be used to supplement the excess steam available onboard to create a complete waste heat to energy solution.

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Speaker Profile

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Vibhu Nair

Regional Business Manager- Asia/ME (Boiler service)

Vibhu is the Regional Business Manager for Asia and Middle East in Boiler Service Business Unit under Marine Division.

He has been associated with the Marine Industry for more than 16 years. He started his career as a Marine engineer on Chemical Tankers. He has also sailed on Crude oil tankers and Bulk Carriers before moving ashore in 2013. He has been with Alfa Laval since then and has worked with the aftermarket as well as capital sales department for Marine.

In is current role, he supports Business Development activities for Boiler aftermarket in Asia and Middle East.