A RENEWABLE ENERGY ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE MARITIME WIND PROPULSION FIELD
Commercial maritime vessels use vast amounts of fuel oil which is both costly and seriously pollutes the atmosphere. In 2020 new global pollution restriction regulations came into effect. These restrictions force ship owners to convert or replace their engines (very high cost). This solution might last only until the next stage of pollution restriction regulations. Our solution is reducing engine use (which will save fuel and reduce emissions) and adding hybrid source of propulsive force: Wind propulsion
NAYAM WINGS Ltd is developing a novel wind propulsion system for maritime vessels based on a rigid wing sail. The unique maneuverability of the system - roll + yaw + pitch( protected by a patent) enables the use of a wing with supreme propulsive performances which outperform all other wing sail systems (200% more than soft sails and 80% - 150% more than other wing sails).
The system will be automatically controlled, simple and easy to operate, and is unique in minimizing the heeling moment generated by other wing sails in most wind directions. Once adjusted to the desired angle the wing system does not consume any energy. The system can reduce the mast and level the wing when sailing under bridges, entering harbors, loading or unloading, and when sailing in extreme weather conditions.
NAYAM WINGS OVERVIEW
Nayam Wings product will reduce ships' fuel consumption and consequential pollution by an overall estimated average of 10%-20%+.
Our target markets are shipping companies which own flat deck vessels.
Our systems will be retrofitted or fitted on new flat deck ships.
The potential revenue by 2030 in this market is 7+ Billion Dollars. (3,700-10,700 wing systems)
Nayam Wings built a POC boat (with an 8 meter wing) which performed very successful test sails in open sea.
The company has been awarded a grant twice, by the chief scientists' office of the Israeli Ministry Of Energy.
The new Fully autonomic 3-meter POC Model is soon to be launched, performing the
3 degrees of freedom maneuverability