Becker LNG PowerPac®
ready to be loaded on board.

LNG tank container approaching for the
Becker LNG PowerPac®

Becker LNG PowerPac®
lowered to position on board.

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Becker LNG PowerPac®

During layovers in port the power for container ships is currently being supplied by on-board auxiliary diesel engines using fuel oil (Marine Gas Oil, MGO). By doing so, ships account for the majority of harmful emissions in ports. With Becker LNG PowerPacs® we are creating a modern, environmentally-friendly, safe and economical option for supplying power based on LNG to container ships during layovers in port.

Mobile power solution in port

The compact Becker LNG PowerPac® – the size of two 40-foot high cube containers – intelligently combines a gas-powered generator with an output of 1.5 Megawatts and a LNG tank in a limited amount of space. During the vessel’s layover in port it provides power to the on-board power supply with decisively fewer emissions than standard operation of the ship’s auxiliary engines.

Contact & Info

Head office Germany:
HPE Hybrid Port Energy
Blohmstr. 23, 21079 Hamburg
Tel: +49-40-24199-1630

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Video Becker LNG PowerPac®

Loading of Becker LNG PowerPac® on board container ship at HHLA terminal.

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Advantages

  • Cold ironing customised for container ships
  • A flexible, independent on-board power supply
  • Significant reduction of harmful emissions
  • Quick implementation – usable in any port
  • 100% maritime solution
  • In line with energy laws – no state taxes, grid fees etc.
  • Suitable for all kinds of container terminal operations

Key facts

Dimensions:
- 2 x 40 ft high cube container

Capacity:
- Fuel: 8.2 t LNG
- 28 – 30 hrs operation (@ 90% load)

Power output:
- 1,500 kWel. island mode
- Frequency 60 Hz
- Voltage 6.6 kV
- Electrical connection acc. to IEC 80005-1

Weight:
- 60 t (fully equipped)

CE-Certified

Partly classified and risk assessed by IACS members (DNVGL/BV)

Extendibility of operating hours by positioning a second LNG-Tanktainer on top

Cascadable for up to 3 MW power supply


Simple action – significant immediate effect:
The Becker LNG PowerPac® is a quickly implemented solution with its delivery time of eight months, no required infrastructure investments and has a high impact on port emission reductions.

Handling Chain

Once a container ship is moored, the first step is to place the Becker LNG PowerPac® on board via the port terminal’s locally available, standardised loading equipment, such as gantry cranes, ship-to-shore cranes and van carriers. It is positioned on the aft ship/outer ship side of the vessel.

The high flexibility of the Becker LNG PowerPac® allows it to serve multiple mooring places. Due to this flexibility and its integration into standard terminal processes no additional infrastructure investments are necessary.

The Becker LNG PowerPac® weighs 60 tons including the LNG-Tanktainer. If this exceeds the terminal’s weight limits the lift on board can be done in two seperate moves.

 

The Becker LNG PowerPac® is transported from stand-by position at the terminal to the ship by a straddle carrier.

The LNG-Tanktainer is delivered and connected to the Becker LNG PowerPac®, which is now ready to be moved on board.

The Becker LNG PowerPac® is ready to supply power and is picked up by a gantry crane to be moved on board of the vessel.

The Becker LNG PowerPac® is lowered into position on the aft ship/outer ship side of the vessel.

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