MJR Power and Automation launches new shore to ship power system

MJR Power and Automation launches new shore to ship power system

MJR Power and Automation

The system is housed in standard 20-foot shipping containers

Marine electrical engineering specialist MJR Power and Automation has launched QuayPower, a new shore to ship power system. 

QuayPower offers a modular and scalable power conversion solution that integrates with a port’s electrical power infrastructure, providing power and charging capabilities for all types of vessels. The system provides fully integrated micro and off-grid systems, combining renewable power generation and energy storage.  

“We have worked incredibly hard to launch this product to the market which addresses the many challenges faced by both ports and vessel owners to provide safe, efficient and reliable transfer of clean electrical power for vessel operations at port,” said Paul Cairns, managing director at MJR Power and Automation. “QuayPower has been uniquely designed to integrate with the port networks for both current and future vessel requirements, and by unlocking additional services to combine local power generation, energy recovery and storage. This opens up grid support services with increased efficiencies and revenue opportunities that truly delivers emission-free electrical power from source to sea.” 

QuayPower’s standard configurations comes in four frame sizes from 250 kilowatts to one megawatt housed in standard 20-foot shipping containers with options for either low- or medium-voltage input and output supplies, scaled for multi-megawatt system requirements. 

MJR Power and Automation can support clients’ specific site requirements from design and engineering to installation and service including: port and ship survey; dull design, construction, installation and commissioning; conversion of low and medium voltage power integration; marine battery and energy storage systems; and vessel electrical, automation and synchronisation upgrades.

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Alex Smith
By Alex Smith
20 September 2021

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