Efficient ship technology collectively unveiled at China International Maritime Exhibition
Shanghai, December 1, 2015 – At the “2015 China International Maritime Exhibition”, which opened today in Shanghai, ABB, the world's leading power and automation technology group, has demonstrated its leading technologies in the field of ships and ports, including marine electric propulsion systems. , a series of highly efficient and energy-saving power and automation solutions, including turbocharged systems, integrated automation systems, ship waste heat recovery systems, ship shore power systems, ship power supply and distribution systems, measuring instruments, marine motors and generators, actively supporting The development of China's shipbuilding industry and marine engineering equipment industry.
In May 2015, the State Council announced the “Made in China 2025” strategy aimed at improving China's manufacturing industry, and listed “Ocean Engineering Equipment and High-Tech Ships” as one of the ten key development areas to promote the Chinese shipbuilding industry to the world. Leading position. The “Belt and Road” strategy advocated by the state, especially the “21st Century Maritime Silk Road” concept, also brings new development opportunities for the maritime industry including ships, shipping and ports.
Jiang Haibo, head of ABB's China Process Automation Business Unit, said: "With the advancement of the strategy of the maritime power, China's shipbuilding industry has developed rapidly. With the development philosophy of 'in China, China', ABB has been promoting the ship and port business from research and development for many years. Localization and development, including engineering and services, and cooperation with industry partners and customers, and actively contribute to China's transformation from 'building ship powers' to 'building ship powers'."
In the field of ships and ports, ABB has a number of energy-efficient products, technologies and solutions. For example, ABB's onboard DC grid technology can help ships save up to 27% of fuel, significantly reduce noise, and reduce the space and weight of electrical equipment. 30%; ABB marine engine waste heat recovery system combined with high-performance turbocharger can increase engine's energy saving effect by 10% and reduce greenhouse gas emissions; ABB ship shore power supply system can make port parking business by accessing shore power grid The ship shuts down its internal combustion engine, thereby drastically reducing air and noise pollution in the port.