Caterpillar marine power systems: 75 years of experience

marine engine fishing
Fishing
marine engine offshore
Offshore
marine engine passengers
Passengers
Tug & Salvage
Tug & Salvage
marine engine Governmental
Governmental
marine engine Pleasure Craft
Pleasure Craft
Inland Waterways engines
Inland Waterways

A global propulsion solution

With extensive experience in marine technology and a full range of Caterpillar Marine engines, Cat generator sets and auxiliary, Eneria offers a complete solution for your projects in many marine applications.

From 10kw to 5700 kW, Eneria offers a wide range of Caterpillar marine engines for all your applications.

Eneria works with a large number of shipyards and is involved from the choice of propulsion to integration, commissioning and marine engine maintenance.

Eneria supports various players in the selection and development of solutions based on your technical requirements.

Cat® Marine propulsion engines
Cat® Marine propulsion engines
Cat® Marine Generator sets
Cat® Marine Generator sets
Cat® propulsion system
Cat® propulsion system
Marine engines for Pleasure Craft
Marine engines for Pleasure Craft
Marine engines services
Marine engines services

Marine engines are adapted to marine emissions standards

Eneria also develops its own solutions to meet the new international marine standards (IMO, TIER) or by offering a hybrid propulsion.

Marine engines are subjected to many emission standards all around the World. These emission standards depend on the application, the type of vessel and the area.

The major marine emissions standards are:

  • IMO standards (International Marine Organization) regulation emissions globally and define specific areas called ECA (Emission Control Areas). This standard defines the levels of emissions appointed IMO I, IMO II, IMO III.
  • EPA standards were established by the United States and Canada and define emission levels for commercial applications and marine. These emissions are classified EPA Tier 2, EPA Tier 3, EPA Tier 4.
  • The EU standards are European standards and are rated as Stage I, Stage II, Stage III, Stage IV and Stage V.

Caterpillar marine engines are already adapted to international emission standards and our marine specialists will advise you based on your application and your navigation area.