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Eco Awareness

Popularity of fuel cells continues to rise
For commercial shipping, the question of emissions is a growing issue and while LNG is one way of reducing these, another is to use fuel cells, a system that is being used increasingly in auxiliary engines. 10 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Torqeedo looks to BMW for power boost
Electric motor specialist Torqeedo is bullish about its prospects for 2017, pushing on with a range of products which it believes may make the traditional inboard diesel engine a thing of the past. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Technical Marine Supplies sees sales strengthen for EFTE solar panels
Technical Marine Supplies (TMS) provides a plethora of marine equipment to clients in both trade and manufacturing working with a number of manufacturers with strong environmental credentials in the solar power and wind generating sector, including Watt and Sea and Silentwind. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Marlec breathes fresh life into an old favourite
Marlec is a company that has made its name in supplying wind generators and solar panels, having built up a strong reputation through years of innovation and development. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Kebony’s hardwood alternative enjoys rock solid sales
For many years, Norwegian manufacturer Kebony has provided an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional hardwoods such as teak and iroko, materials that are staples both above and below decks on yachts of all sizes. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Ecoworks continues to expand its range
Cleaning products are often full of chemicals that are damaging to the environment, a real problem in the boating industry where products are washed directly from the deck into the sea. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Bente shapes up its green credentials
Bente Yachts is a German boatbuilder with a design brief to produce fun, affordable and innovative yachts. 06 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Marlec launches remote display
Marlec has upgraded its Rutland 1200 controller with new push buttons and launched a new remote display. 29 Sep 2016 - Boating Business
Solar Technology carries out modifications
After launching its PV Logic Flexi solar panel range at Metstrade last year, Solar Technology International says it has enjoyed an incredible period of sales with customers loving the quality of the panel as well as the price. 22 Sep 2016 - Boating Business
Trickle charging wind turbine from Leading Edge
Over the last couple of years people have been looking for more powerful turbines in order to power more electrical appliances. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
New unit from Ultrasonic Antifoul
Engineers on larger yachts have traditionally had headaches with biofouling in sea chests and the filters blocking up, restricting the flow of water and hindering efficiency and safety. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
New unique controller from Marlec
A new controller from Marlec promises to be unique with inputs for both wind and solar providing optimum power. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
New All in One range from Solbian and Barden
05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
60,000sqm to be sold by Flexiteak this year
Increasing numbers of yacht producers are specifying Flexiteak as standard including the Hanse group and Sealine. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
Weight and space are important
When talking about the efficiency of solar panels, most people think about the power that is produced. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
Ecoworks Marine products speak for themselves
Ecoworks Marine launched its marine range of eco friendly cleaning products a few months’ ago, having been in the biological industry for around nine years. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
Several options from TMS
When it comes to renewable power, there is still no one reliable source and boat owners should have at least two ways to generate the power required. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business
Boatyards continue to use harsh chemicals
When it comes to eco friendly cleaning products, scepticism about their effectiveness still abounds with many boatyards tending to continue to use harsh chemicals as they are cheaper. 05 Apr 2016 - Boating Business