for electric and Hybrid ships

Combines all the information on the vessel for you to properly manage the power.


  • Simple design and ease of operation to optimise energy consumption on electric and hybrid vessels and to enhance safety onboard
  • Developed for HV DC electric and hybrid ships
  • There is a lot going on behind the screens that is automated and only pops up if needed
  • Simple and straight forward graphics, no clustered displays where you cannot see the ‘ forest for the trees’
  • Designed for small to medium size yachts up to 500 GRT and 80 m in length
  • Parallel and serial hybrid control software that is self-explaining
Drive train EPTechnologies


  • Safe design with multiple back-up functions and safety nets
  • The visibility you get within this system can help you root cause and remedy power problems in a cost effective and timely manner
  • Fully integrated alarm system with pop up checklists on system malfunctions, similar to the aircraft industry procedures
  • Fully integrated fire scheme with thermal cameras detectors and i/o’s for fumes extract and fire shutters, pop up firefighting checklists


  • Fully integrated battery management system
  • Fully automated hybrid generator control
  • It gives you tools to reduce power consumption, while achieving highest efficiency alongside integration and advanced approaches for switching supplies that lead to a smaller energy consumption
  • The batteries needs to be taken care of the same way as a mobile phone: Preferably not too low on energy. The software tells you this but is for most crew intuitive
  • Fully integrated alternative energy sources like wind power and solar panels supplying the HV battery
  • Worlds first mothership to tender dc fast charging control software, with minimal losses direct from HV to LV no conversion to AC
Power overview catamaran

EPTechnologies Topology chart
For Vessels


This is an example of a topology chart (process flow diagram) which is made during the planning stage of the propulsion system on vessels. It can be adjusted to the individual vessel and to specific customer needs. We spend a lot of time at this stage to make sure that the output is what the owner has in mind.


Demonstration of a parallel set up in 2 variants, Port as PTI/PTO, Stbd as inline version. It’s the same functionality but depending on the vessel one or the other makes more sense.