The National Marine Manufacturers Association will hold a virtual panel event “The Future of Marine Propulsion Technologies” on June 21 at noon eastern standard time.
Industry experts will discuss the political and economic impacts of electrification implementation in the recreational marine industry and safety standards, NMMA said in a statement yesterday.
The panel will present an overview of electrification technology and projections for the future, opportunities for next-generation marine propulsion adoption, limiting factors impacting electrified marine propulsion applications and other technologies including hydrogen, hybrid systems and renewable biofuels.
Panelists include Scott Berry, director of engineering standards at NMMA; Daniel Vielhaber, economist with Nationwide Economics; Callie Hoyt, NMMA’s director of federal government relations, and Jeff Wasil, an engineer with BRP.
For more information on the online panel and registration, click here.