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ETI to work with Teignbridge Propellers International Limited (TPIL) on a £3m project to develop a High Efficiency Propulsion System for ships

2 March 2017

Deborah Stubbs
Deborah Stubbs Project Manager

Unlike other forms of transport it is difficult to replace fossil fuels in marine vessels with low carbon alternatives so increasing fuel efficiency will become progressively more important if emissions and costs are to be reduced for the shipping industry.

This project will develop a commercially viable product suitable for a wide range of vessels types and capable of being retrofitted to ensure it is attractive to ship owners and operators.

It is one of a number of demonstration projects the ETI is running which, when used in combination, could reduce fuel consumption by up to 30% and cut the carbon emissions from shipping in a cost effective manner.

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