Hybrid Propulsion Solutions
Marine Jet Power is charging into the future with our all new line-up of electric and hybrid waterjet solutions. Our goal is to reduce total energy consumption and CO2 emissions while offering improved performance, intelligent technology, and the trusted quality that you’ve come to expect from MJP.
We have worked closely with our marine industry partners to engineer two electric/hybrid options that produce serious power and reliability. We recognize that one solution doesn’t fit all and each situation poses its own challenges which is why we are offering multiple configurations and a team of dedicated experts to help create the electric/hybrid solution that works best for you.
ELECTRIFIED POWER SYSTEM
Between the gearbox and the engine. The modular and scalable hybrid electric system is located
in-between the gearbox and diesel engine, improving powertrain performance with exceptional torque making it a great solution for hybrid waterjet installations. This hybrid option offers lower fuel consumption, lower operational costs and can significantly reduce CO2 emissions. This solution is commercially available for diesel engines up to 864kW and compatible with the MJP X-Series waterjets.
Hybrid Electric Power systems by Scania offer up to 92% potential CO2 emissions reduction as well as lowered fuel consumption and improved powertrian performance.
PTI - POWER TAKE-IN
On the gearbox. This established and reliable solution is the preferred solution for many shipyards and designers. It works through a power take-in (PTI) located on the gearbox driven by an electric motor.
Marell Boats M17
Featuring dual MJP 350X waterjets, the M17 Patrol will become the most energy efficient hybrid high-speed craft in the commercial market.
Enabled by Scania's new hybrid technology with Marell's technical boatbuilding experience and MJP's hybrid ready waterjets, this next generation high-speed, highly efficient vessel will be launched later this year. With a predicted top speed of 50 knots, this vessel will be not only efficient at high-speed but will potentially reduce CO2 emissions by up to 92% in slow speed operations.
Overall, this is a major step towards environmentally friendly vessels as well as an important stepping-stone towards full electrification of commercial craft.