According to the infographic, the average lifetime of ships batteries is 5 to 10 years. This system can reduce the emissions over a ship's lifecycle by up to 50%.

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Moreover, the can contribute to zero emissions operation, spinning reserve back-up power, and peak load shaving to optimise efficiency.

But what are the 5 steps to implement such a solution onboard a ship. According to Foreship, these are:

  1. Case study: Case analysis is needed to review the benefits with the operational profile and power demand;
  2. Feasibility and concept: These include space and location; intact and stability; safety and escapes; risk evaluation; class requirements;
  3. Conversion engineering: This operations regards the specification; schedule; basic design; and class approval;
  4. Detail design: A proper design should include workshop installation drawings; project management services; quality assurance; and third party review;
  5. Installation and commissioning: This last step is about mechanical integration; electrical integration; and dock and sea trials.