NMMA to host Future of Marine Propulsion Technologies Webinar, open to the industry


June 6, 2022

The NMMA will host on Tuesday, June 21 at 12 p.m. EDT, a virtual panel event, The Future of Marine Propulsion Technologies, featuring four industry experts who will discuss the political and economic impacts of electrification implementation into the recreational marine industry, what to expect in the near future, and the industry safety standards on the horizon. 

As the recreational boating industry looks to the future and considers the practical implications and realities of electrification and next generation marine propulsion systems, this timely and relevant panel discussion will dive into several topics, including:

• Overview of EV technology and projections for the future Immediate opportunities for next generation marine propulsion adoption
• Limiting factors impacting EV marine applications (i.e., range, capacity, performance, cost)
• Other technologies that will play a role in the future of marine propulsion systems (i.e., hydrogen, hybrid systems, renewable biofuels)

Panelists include:

• Scott Berry, Director of Engineering Standards, NMMA
• Daniel Vielhaber, Economist, Nationwide Economics
• Callie Hoyt, Director of Federal Government Relations, NMMA
• Jeff Wasil, Engineer, BRP

Industry stakeholders may register here.

For questions or additional information, please contact Callie Hoyt, NMMA’s director of federal government relations, at choyt@nmma.org


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