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Schneider Electric

Global Specialist in Energy Management

Schneider Electric, the leader in energy management, has more than 90 years of experience in the marine industry and a strong presence in major shipbuilding countries, including China, Korea and Europe, for the naval, merchant marine and offshore segments.

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38EQI Electropole,
31 Rue Pierre Mendes,
38240 Grenoble,
38220 Eybens,
France

Schneider Electric, the leader in energy management, has more than 90 years of experience in the marine industry and a strong presence in major shipbuilding countries, including China, Korea and Europe, for the naval, merchant marine and offshore segments.

Energy management solutions for the marine industry

As an experienced and reliable partner for both electrical distribution and automation, Schneider Electric’s globally available products are 100% compliant with marine standards and integrate the latest technologies.

What Schneider Electric can offer your vessel:

  • Electrical distribution (MV and LV)
  • Machinery protection and control
  • Vessel automation system
  • Electrical propulsion and thrusters

Schneider Electric has marine, onshore and offshore teams, as well as hundreds of professionals worldwide. More than 5,000 ships are equipped with our products!.

With 90 years' experience in the marine sector, more than 5,000 ships are equipped with Schneider Electric solutions.
We provide your vessel with electrical distribution, machinery protection and control, vessel automation systems and electrical propulsion and thrusters.
Schneider Electric offers marine classification, safety and security, energy efficiency and integrated control.
The largest container port in the US and the third largest worldwide; 25% of all berths are equipped with shore connection solutions from Schneider Electric.

Shore connection solution: emissions-free shore-to-ship connection system

Ports are often perceived by the local community as a source of pollution and noise, and the issue is often linked to the emissions generated by ships at berth. Indeed, ships account for 6% of Sox, 15% of Nox and 2% of global CO2 emissions. They will have to meet new regulations outlined in Marpol 6, which was drawn up by the IMO and a number of pioneering countries.

Ships and ports need to invest in new technology to reduce pollution and to be compliant with these stricter regulations. A number of solutions are available but the shore connection technology is the only one that can cut all emissions from ships at berth.

ShoreBoX™ solution: the simple and flexible way to plug your ships at berth

Benefits of the ShoreBoX™ from Schneider Electric include:

  • Industrialised solution
  • Integrated and tested in our factory and directly shipped to your port
  • Plug and play
  • Minimum onsite civil work for a seamless installation in your port
  • Fully automated ship connection procedure
  • Adaptable
  • Movable for berth configuration evolution
  • Rightsize to ship power demand
  • Standard
  • IEC 80005 international standard inside

Shore connection solution references

Schneider Electric has more than 2,700 merchant marine sector references within electrical distribution, automation and control. Our shore connection solution customers include the largest US container port, Navantia Shipyard, A Coruna, Spain, and Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding, Shanghai, China.

Global Specialist in Energy Management

With more than 90 years' experience in marine applications, Schneider Electric optimises your Capex and Opex all along the lifecycle of your installations.

Shore Connection Applications

This white paper offers a comprehensive overview of shore connection solutions and highlights the main technical issues to address during the engineering, installation, and operation phases.

Schneider Electric Helps Stena Line Cut Power Costs by 50% for Berthed Ships

Schneider Electric, The global specialist in energy management™, last year won an order from Marine Global to install high-voltage shore connection (HVSC) systems onboard five Stena Line ferries operating from Sweden, with the aim of improving the air quality in ports used by several of their ferries, and to reduce the consumption of costly and polluting marine gas oil.

30 May 2012

Schneider Electric

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