Electric and hybrid expo set for Florida in January

The Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo Florida will be held Jan. 11-13 with more than 100 exhibits coming to Fort Lauderdale.
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The Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo Florida will be held Jan. 11-13 with more than 100 exhibits coming to Fort Lauderdale.

The event, free to attend, covers vessels of all sizes, including workboats, pleasure crafts and yachts, and naval fleets and freight.

The show will feature electric motors, outboards, hybrid electric drive systems, battery-charging systems, carbon dioxide reduction technologies, repower and conversion systems, emission-reduction systems, waste heat recovery systems and fuel cell technology.

It also will include a free electric and hybrid marine conference.

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