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EPropulsion Debuts Electric Inboard

Photo courtesy ePropulsion

Photo courtesy ePropulsion

EPropulsion announced that its first electric inboard, the H-100, makes its world debut at this week’s Electric and Hybrid Marine Expo in Amsterdam.

The 100-kW motor has a modular design and is engineered for larger vessels with a full displacement up to 200 tons, ePropulsion said in a statement yesterday. It is suitable for a variety of vessels, from sailing yachts and cruisers to small passenger ferries.

The drive system can be straight to propeller, sterndrive, saildrive or azimuth thruster, the company said.

“This latest addition to our product range is yet another example that electric power can deliver a cleaner, more sustainable boating experience without compromising on performance,” said Danny Tao, CEO of ePropulsion. “We are delighted to be part of such a pioneering event which is so focused on showcasing new technologies in such an important sector.”

The Electric and Hybrid Marine Expo runs through Thursday. 

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