For over a decade, Silverstream Technologies have pioneered air lubrication technologies within shipping. As clean tech leaders, we understand the relevance and importance of our solution to the IMO’s decarbonisation goals and passionately believe in the role of proven, innovative technologies in enabling a more sustainable shipping industry.
From a successful initial trial installation on the Danebrog Rederi tanker MT Amalienborg, sponsored by Shell, our technology was initially proven on cruise ship installations.
Results from these installations, which have been independently verified by third parties, including Lloyd’s Register, HSVA, the University of Southampton, Carnival and Shell, have conclusively proven that our Silverstream® System generates between net 5-10% fuel and emissions savings, depending on the vessel.
We are proud to have a strong pipeline of orders on both retrofits and newbuilds for some of the leading names in the industry. Following the success of the initial installations our system is being deployed on next generation designs for Grimaldi, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Carnival and Shell, demonstrating that our air lubrication technology is right at the heart of progressive sustainability action within shipping. To follow the very latest news about our current and ongoing installations, learn about our Case Studies.
For us, the journey doesn’t end with installation. The Silverstream® System is a truly lifecycle solution – no matter when you install it on your vessels, you will have the assurance of a technology that is going to last as long as your vessel. Our service and licensing agreement with Wärtsilä provides our customers with access to a world-leading supply and maintenance network and puts the Silverstream® System at the heart of the most advanced integrated maritime propulsion chains currently on the market.
To learn more about the science behind our technology, visit our Technology page.
Founder, Chief Executive Officer
& Member of the Board
Noah’s entrepreneurial experience, extensive understanding of and networks within the shipping industry, combined with his strong business acumen, have been central in developing and taking the company’s pioneering air lubrication technology, the Silverstream® System, to market and commercial fruition.
In 2014, Noah secured a landmark deal with Shell to fund one of the most robust and rigorous sea trials for a clean technology within the shipping industry, the results of which proved the validity and viability of the Silverstream® System.
Following the successful trial, in 2015, Noah led Silverstream to secure its first commercial order with leading cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Lines. The impressive performance of this installation, and subsequent installations, has driven orders across the maritime sector and from a variety of market verticals, including the LNG, dry bulk, tanker, cruise, ro-ro and ro-pax segments. Silverstream now has a rapidly growing orderbook and a team of 25 engineers, naval architects and innovators, as well as a global supply network.
Noah’s strategic development capabilities has enabled him to position Silverstream as one of the shipping industry’s leading clean technology providers. The company is currently involved in a variety of cutting-edge vessel design projects, with Noah working at regulatory level with the International Maritime Organisation on its Global Industry Alliance project aimed at standardising the incubation and measurement of maritime efficiency technologies.
Prior to joining Silverstream Technologies, Noah spent 17 years in investment banking.
LUKE DE FREITAS
Operations Manager – Retrofit
Prior to this, Luke was involved in several pilot, patrol and other small service craft design projects while working as a Naval Architect for Camarc Design. Before relocating to the UK in 2013, he also gained experience in the Commercial Ship Repair Industry while working at Caribbean Dockyard & Engineering Services Ltd in Trindad & Tobago.
Having graduated with a BEng Degree from Southampton Solent University in 2011, Diploma in Ship Surveying from Maritime Training Academy in 2013 and a Master’s of Naval Architecture from Newcastle University in 2014, Luke is a member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects, Nautical Institute, IMarEST and SNAME, and is currently on his path to becoming a Chartered Engineer.
Chief Operating Officer
As part of Silverstream’s executive team, Stephen has enabled the company to scale up its operations around the world. Global supply agreements and strong international relationships further enable Silverstream to handle a wide variety of orders from interested owners in several market verticals, including the LNG, dry bulk, tanker, cruise, ro-ro and ro-pax segments.
Stephen is directly responsible as the custodian of relationships with world class OEMs and industry leaders such as Carnival Corporation, Shell, Atlas Copco and Wärtsilä.
In addition to his core supply chain responsibilities, Stephen also manages relationships with the customer procurement and commercial teams, ensuring that installations are conducted successfully and to the highest standards.
From a career spanning more than 25 years, Stephen brings a wealth of experience as a Commercial, Procurement and Supply Chain leader, specialising in transformation programmes and complex procurements within the Defence, Nuclear, Construction, FM, IT, Telecommunications sectors. Since 2010, Stephen has specialised in the maritime sector.
Previously Stephen was the Supply Chain Director at Sunseeker and has held important positions at globally renowned companies including Group Supply Chain Director at Babcock International Group, Commercial Director Vendor Management at BT Global Services, and Director of Contracts and Procurement at Siemens I.T. Solutions.
A Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Stephen spent his early career in the nuclear, civil engineering and Oil & Gas sectors. During this period he procured and managed high profile capital engineering projects including decommissioning projects at all the UK Nuclear legacy sites and engineering contracts for the UK offshore sector.
Throughout his career he has been recognised for exceptional achievement including being awarded the Siemens Management Award in 2007 and being elected to the Board of the International Association of Commercial and Contract Managers.
Previously, he served as Technical Director for Knud E. Hansen A/S, as well as the Head of the Design Office for a Danish shipyard, delivering 26 vessels during his tenure, and as surveyor at Det Norske Veritas Head Office in Oslo.
He graduated as Naval Architect in Denmark in 1980.
Product Development Lead
Josh then spent 18 months seconded to the Naval Design Partnership in Bristol to work on the Fleet Solid Support programme as Auxiliary Systems Engineer. His responsibilities included detailed design work for HVAC, cooling water and compressed air systems as well as development of the ship technical specification.
Josh graduated from Newcastle University in 2014 with a MEng degree in Marine Engineering. Josh is a member of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technologyand is on the path to becoming a Chartered Engineer.
TAKIS (PANAYIOTIS) PAPPAS
Prior to joining Silverstream, Takis has held positions such as Technical Manager at Pacific & Atlantic Shipmanagers INC and General Manager at the Hellenic Register of Shipping. After graduating, he spent 10 years as Ship Surveyor to Lloyd’s Register including in Technical Planning and Rule Development, 5 years as Project Manager and Assistant to the CEO of Elefsis & Neorion Shipyards and 5 years in the Technical Department of Safety Management Overseas SA. He has been a Member of the Council of RINA, London Branch (where he was also appointed Technical Secretary), a Flag State representative for Greece in various working groups at IMO and was a member of the 6th Technical Committee for the Ministry of Trade and Development, Greece. He is also a founding member and member of the Board of the Hellenic Engineers Society of Great Britain.
Takis graduated from the University of Newcastle- Upon- Tyne in 1985 with Bsc. Honours in Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding, following this with a Post Graduate Diploma in Marine Engineering in 1986 and a Masters of Philosophy in Naval Architecture in 1990. A Chartered Engineer, Takis is a member of both the Royal Institute of Naval Architects and Hellenic T.E.
He further worked his way to Senior Engineer, having oversight of several programs and was in charge of the Marine Type Approval Program. His duties included extensive project management, client relations as well as the training and supervision of a team of new-hire engineers. During this time, he has managed to become the subject matter expert for ABS Europe in the areas of Installation of Large Battery (Li-Ion and other chemistries) Systems & DC Based Power as well as the Integrated Software Quality Management.
Theo graduated from University College London with a MSc in Marine Engineering in 2012 and is working his way towards becoming a chartered engineer.
Prior to this, he spent 7 years as an Application Engineer in a project- led environment with GE Power Conversion UK Ltd. providing technical input on power systems, generators, switchgear, converters, transformers, AVR, induction motors and automation for both onshore and offshore. By way of earlier industry experience, Chandra worked as an Electrical Engineer at Parsons Brinckerhoff before which he acted as an M&E Commissioning Engineer at Montgomery Watson UK Ltd.
In 2019, Chandra graduated from the Royal Holloway University with a GCHQ certified MSc in Information Security (Part time) having completed a thesis of cyber risk assessment of maritime power systems. In 2007, he graduated from the Brunel University with MSc Honours in Sustainable Electrical Power Engineering. Chandra is a Chartered Engineer, and member of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET), having previously chaired the IET Coventry and Warwickshire Local Chapter.
Georgios holds a BEng in Naval Architecture and MSc in Marine Engineering from Newcastle University as well as a MSc in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Georgios has been professionally registered as a Chartered Engineer. He is a member of both the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology and the Royal Institute of Naval Architects.
Operations Manager – Newbuild
Joining Silverstream as the first Project Management appointment, Giacomo has been involved in multiple projects including the company’s first multi-vessel newbuilding contract, as well as other retrofits and in-service support projects for the Silverstream’s installed base. In 2020 Giacomo coordinated the system delivery and performance testing on the first vessel of the Grimaldi G5GG class, ECO VALENCIA. In 2021 Giacomo was promoted to Operations Manager for the newbuild segment. Reporting to the Head of Delivery and Operations, in his new role, Giacomo oversees the team of Project Engineers responsible for the newbuild orderbook, from sales handover to customer delivery.
Giacomo is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, holding a Masters in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from University of Genoa. Giacomo also holds a PFQ from the Association for Project Management, and is a FROSIO certified paint and corrosion inspector.
Craig is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and holds a BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of West Scotland.
Michael has considerable experience in a wide range of legal and commercial matters. His particular expertise is in the shipping industry including vessel operations, sale and purchase, shipbuilding and offshore construction.
Michael graduated from Bristol University with a Batchelor of Law (LL.B.), was called to the Bar in 1985 and admitted as a Solicitor in 1990.
From a career spanning more than 30 years in the maritime industry, he brings a wealth of experience in delivering innovative technologies, transformation programmes, data management and performance analysis, Ship Design, Ship Construction, Modification and Repair. He has an extensive record in leading multi-displinary engineering teams in the most complex projects within the Defence and Commercial Shipping sectors.
Previously, David was the Lead Principal Maritime Technologist within Shell Shipping & Maritime Technology; leading their drive for technology innovation in maritime operations. He has also held important positions at globally renowned companies including Marine Strategic Advisor at Shell International Exploration and Production, Senior Naval Architect at Agip KCO, Business Development Executive at Fleet Support Ltd. and Managing Director at BMT SHIPDESIGN Ltd. Sponsored by the U.K. Ministry of Defense, David graduated from University College London with a BSc in Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering. A Chartered Engineer, Fellow of RINAand Visiting Professor at Southampton University David has throughout his career demonstrated a flare for innovative thinking and solution delivery.
Regulatory Affairs & IP
From 1997–2003 Jørgen was Managing Director for Denmark at British Inchcape Shipping Services which remains the largest private global provider of marine management services. Prior to that, he worked at Chr. Jensen, the general agent for all Soviet Union Ship Owners, and Lehmann Junior working with the Japanese carrier Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line).
In the Marine and Offshore industry he has worked with companies including Zetechtics, Converteam, GE Power Conversion and the American Bureau of Shipping. Experienced in Design, Development, Commissioning and Survey roles, he has worked on Power Management, Vessel Management and Exhaust Gas Scrubber systems and has extensive experience in the integration of automation systems, analysis of performance data and resolving commissioning issues.
Richard graduated from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1984 with a BSc. Electronic Engineering and then, in 1985, an MSc. In Instrumentation and Analytical Science from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). At UMIST he subsequently undertook research into applications of Artificial Intelligence to Instrumentation Systems. After leaving UMIST he led a team of software engineers developing Real-Time Electrochemical Corrosion Monitoring instrumentation for Power Generation and Chemical plants. He has also worked extensively as an independent contractor developing automation software and IT systems.
Head of Delivery and Operations
Prior to the Marine industry, he has held a number of senior operational and supply chain centric posts in a variety of industries including Managing Director roles for a Multi-sited food ingredient manufacturing business in Switzerland and a global aerospace component integrator business.
Simon is the recipient of a Rolls-Royce plc award for his work in the Marine supply chain, has featured on a Ship Intelligence podcast, holds an Honours Degree in Environmental Biology and is a full Member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (MCIPS).
In his early career, Kyriakos worked on several new-building and retrofit projects such as the hybrid energy ferry, Victoria of Wight, for Wightlink Ferries, the 100m LNG Ro-Pax Dual Fuel Ferry for CalMac, and on the design installation of Scrubber system for Condor Ferries and Vroon. During this period, he also conducted on-board surveys such as lightship surveys and inclining experiments for DFDS, P&O Ferries, Gosport Ferries, yacht, and offshore platform.
After a sabbatical year when he sailed with the Greek Navy as a 2nd Mechanical Seaman with HS-466, Kyriakos re-joined Houlder Ltd. as an on-site manager on behalf of the owner at Cammell Laird Shipyard in Birkenhead, during the building of the 128m Polar Research Vessel, the RRS Sir David Attenborough. His responsibilities included inspections of steelwork, coatings, outfit, machinery foundations, commissioning, compartment close outs, tank tests and structural tests. The role also involved liaison between the owner and the shipyard, and provision of technical advice to the owner’s on-site project manager.
Kyriakos is certified for LNG membrane tanks from GTT and for Pure Ballast Systems from Alfa Laval. He graduated from Newcastle University in 2014 with a MSc degree in Naval Architecture and a BEng in Marine Engineering. A member of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology, Kyriakos is working towards becoming a Chartered Engineer.
Head of Contract Management
Pete has over 10 years’ experience in contract management roles spanning pre-award and post-award activities having worked for EPC companies, Kellogg Brown & Root Ltd and Fluor Ltd, working on multiple complex project assignments including site-based roles in the UK, Europe and Asia covering greenfield and brownfield projects in offshore Oil & Gas, refining and industrial sectors. Pete has also gained cost management experience working on tidal flood defence asset management with the consultancy firm, Turner & Townsend.
Pete is a Chartered Procurement & Supply Chain professional. He was educated at Robert Gordon University, completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Oil and Gas Law, and earlier at University College London, completing a degree in Urban Planning, Design and Management.
Head of Quality, Safety, Health & Environment
In addition to these core responsibilities, Andrew supports our procurement team in supply chain development and capability in addition to Corporate Social Responsibility for the company.
Andrew’s early career included spells in mining, automotive and electrical/electronic industries followed by more than 15 years with Rolls-Royce plc, initially in the Aerospace Division and latterly in the Marine Division. During his time with Rolls-Royce, Andrew held a number of leadership roles in Quality and Manufacturing Engineering disciplines including 7 years as Vice President of Quality and Manufacturing Improvement (Marine).
A Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Andrew is a graduate of Nottingham Trent University holding a BEng(H) in Integrated Engineering and a MSc in Operations Excellence from Cranfield University.
Daniel holds an MSc in Project Management from the University of Manchester, and an MBA from Manchester Business School.
Jon has worked in the Marine industry for over 25 years for a number of multinational engineering companies including GE, L-3 Communications/Sam Electronics, Converteam & Alstom and also spent time working in start-ups at key stages of their development. He has held senior leadership roles in bids & proposals, project management, business management and fleet management. He has gained significant experience in all facets of international electrical & mechanical engineering projects, with a large proportion of these being on electric propulsion, power generation, vessel automation and dynamic positioning systems across merchant, offshore, subsea and naval segments.
Throughout his career, Jon has built on his Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree and developed significant business and project management skills. His collaborative and customer focussed approach has helped make valuable contributions to the growth and performance of the businesses he has worked with.
Jon is a Chartered Engineer, a member of the IET and is Certified by the Association of Project Management.
Gideon is a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW) and graduated with a BA(Hons) in Accounting and Finance at Manchester Metropolitan University
Office & Facilities Manager
He has more than 20 year’s experience within the marine industry, which includes time at sea on Commercial Yachts as a Captain and Engineer as well as leading the machinery and ships systems design teams at BMT Nigel Gee. Paul has maintained a passion for environmentally sensitive energy efficient design throughout his career. This has included the optimization of propulsion systems, application of Waste Heat Recovery to yachts and the improvement of HVAC system electrical loads. This experience spans all phases of the ship design and operational cycle as well as vessel designs from 24m to 400m LOA for merchant, yacht and naval clients.
Paul graduated from Newcastle University with an MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
He is a naval architect and structural engineer who has spent 21 years working in many fields within the marine industry including ship design and construction (KBR, Cammell Lairdand BAE Systems), offshore platform structural design and installation (CB&I), classification (American Bureau of Shipping), and marine warranty (LOC). He has a wide range of experience working on the structural and statutory design of many vessel types including LNG carriers, FPSOs, pipe-lay vessels, oil carriers, cruise vessels, and mega-yachts, and has held a number of lead positions on projects related to the same.
Neil graduated from Newcastle University with a BEng in Naval Architecture, and is a Member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA) and a Chartered Engineer.
Karen is a certified accounting technician (MAAT) and graduated from Teesside Universitywith an MSc and a 1st Class BA(Hons) in Accounting and Finance.
Customer Support Manager
Paul began his career by working for two years as a service technician at a Princess Yachts dealership in Hong Kong before then returning to the UK where he worked for ten years at B A Peters plc, the largest Distributor of the Fairline brand of luxury motor yachts. His work at Peters led to an invitation to join the management team at Fairline’s Head Offices, to run their global Customer Support Department. After five years with the Fairline manufacturing business Paul then joined the world renowned Sunseeker International brand where he served for nine years as the Head of Warranty and Technical Support for their global distributor network and direct clients.
Throughout his career Paul has developed a deep understanding of the Customer, Manufacturer and OEM relationships, and he has led countless initiatives to modernise and streamline the services given to both Customers and Dealers, whilst also providing stakeholders with vital feedback data required for product evolution.
Paul is a graduate of Loughborough University holding a BSc in Sports Science.
Data Analyst (KTP Associate)
Josef has over 6 years’ experience (both research and industrial) in the maritime industry. He received his PhD in 2018 from the University of Southampton. His research examined the effect of slamming loads on high-speed boats through numerical modelling and full-scale experimental testing. Following this, he joined KBR as a Naval Architect specialising in the hydrodynamic, Computational Fluid Dynamic and experimental analysis of floating marine structures, particularly FPSOs, and related fluid dynamics problems.
Josef graduated with a BEng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Malta in 2013. He is a member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and is currently on his path to becoming a Chartered Engineer.
Caroline has over 10 years of experience in various aspects of accounting management, financial reporting, internal and external auditing procedures.
Caroline graduated in France and has the equivalent of a Masters in Accounting and Finance.
Operational Supply Chain Lead
Henry has over 10 years’ experience in various supply chain roles focusing on construction projects for Oil and Gas industry, working for the operator Chevron, and freight forwarders DB Schenker and FH Bertling. He has global supply chain experience having worked in Europe, Australia, and Asia.
Henry is the recipient of the TCO project Silver award for supporting the critical deliveries program. He holds a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Manchester and is an ASQCertified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
ANDREAS V. BOTTIS
Naval Architect & Technology Performance Analyst
His main responsibilities include assessing potential vessel enquiries, calculating the performance of the Silverstream® System and analysing the performance of our technology on deployed vessels. He provides useful insights to the team and management assisting with data-driven decisions.
Andreas is also part of the R&D projects team that drives continuous product development and innovation—vital for advancing the technology and providing the best value to our customers.
Prior to joining Silverstream, Andreas completed several international internships as part of global shipping management companies (Greece) including the construction of Panamax bulk carriers in Sasebo Heavy Industries (Japan).
IVÁN CÁRLEZ ÁLVAREZ
As a Project Engineer, Iván has maximised his experience gained working in the maritime industry across different countries along with multiple stakeholders, leading the coordination between multidisciplinary teams. Iván began his career at V.Group, where he was part of the Drydocking Division, looking after dry docks and major repair projects within the V.Ships fleet. Moving into clean-technologies, Iván subsequently worked for Avantis Marine and Cleanship Solutions, accomplishing the execution and delivery of several turnkey retrofit projects for Exhaust Gas Cleaning and Ballast Water Treatment Systems.
Iván holds a Master’s Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He is currently working towards becoming a Chartered Engineer.
Control & Automation Engineer
Victor joined Silverstream from leading vessel performance technology company Greensteam in April 2021 and is responsible for the systems design and integration of an onboard, AI-based solution to collect and review ships’ performance data. Having previously worked at BMT and in the Brazilian Navy as a Marine Systems Engineer, he brings more than 15 years’ experience delivering onboard systems from design through installation to support, on a variety of vessel- types in the military and civilian sectors for control and monitoring purposes.
Victor graduated in Electrical Engineering from the Federal Center for Technological Education of Rio de Janeiro in 2008 and is a member of Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Project Controls and Planning Lead
Warren recently joined Silverstream in 2021 as Project Controls and Planning specialist. Implementing a new Project Controls and Planning function within the business, he will build from the foundations up, applying Project Controls processes including an integrated data environment to track live progress of immediate and on- term aspects of all projects.
Before joining Silverstream, Warren worked as a Consultant engaging with several major clients within the infrastructure industry such as Houses of Parliament, Ministry of Defence, Network Rail, Heathrow Airport and Dublin Airport.
Warren read an undergraduate degree in Project Management for Construction at University College London during which he dedicated research to decarbonisation projects, a topic which has always interested him.
Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
General Counsel & Member of the Board
Member of the Board
Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Member of the Board
Playing our part in shipping’s decarbonisation
We’ve been at the frontier of innovation for nearly a decade, and through tenacity, agility, and expert engineering we’ve developed a proven solution that is easily implementable and applicable across the market.
We’ve built a solution that’s rooted in simplicity, harnessing the fundamental laws of nature to improve efficiency and cut emissions.
Our mission now is to reduce global emissions by becoming a pivotal, long-term innovation partner for shipping companies who want to create a more sustainable and profitable future.
Sharing our experience to guide the market
The rate of change within shipping is tremendous. In just a few years, debate has shifted from decarbonisation as an “if”, to a “when”. We want to ensure that clean technologies are recognised for their central and defining role in the decarbonisation pathway.
No matter the future fuels that shipping deploys on its pathway to decarbonisation, fuel bills are certain to increase. This places proven clean technologies such as our Air Lubrication System at the heart of the strategy to improving the sustainability of shipping, marrying fuel innovation with efficiency gains to help owners and operators reduce their costs.
We understand shipping and its drivers. We understand the challenges and demands that owners and charterers face. We want to continue harnessing our experience of bringing a clean technology to commercial fruition to guide the rest of the market’s policy agenda.
We will always work with the best in the industry to ensure the adoption of our pioneering clean technology without compromising on our core values to prove our claims on efficiency savings. In doing so, we will continue to support the industry in creating a new benchmark for clean technology adoption, working with the best owners, operators and yards to make the Silverstream® System available around the world.
Working with the best to enable the decarbonisation of shipping
We believe that shipping is a progressive and vibrant market that is now embracing its sustainability challenge. We have the flexibility and supply chain excellence to support installations of our air lubrication technology on both newbuilds and retrofits, at the scale required by our customers.
Key agreements with the world’s very biggest shipyards, including Hyundai Heavy Industries and China Merchants Shipping, and with supply partners, including Wärtsilä, Atlas Copco, Houlder and more, provide us with a rigorous, expert supply chain that enables us to fulfil customer demands around the world, with the best components. Furthermore, our technology development roadmap includes initiatives with industry leaders such as Wärtsilä and Southampton University to ensure that we are always innovating and delivering the best possible solution to market.
So what does it mean?
To deliver a progressive future for shipping requires clinical focus, and for Silverstream, means always staying true to our values and what we believe in:
To tell the truth without deviation;
To work with the best without compromise;
To set the standard without equal.
Over the years, Silverstream Technologies has built partnerships and collaborations with key market leaders spanning owners, operators, shipyards, class societies, supply chain and service partners, universities and academics and coatings manufacturers.
Shipping’s decarbonisation journey requires collaboration on a global scale. We want to work with the best as part of our singular focus to unlock operational efficiencies and emissions reductions across the global fleet.
Supply chain excellence
We are proud to work with some of the leading suppliers in the industry, all of whom enable us to deliver our System on time and with the highest possible quality standards. Compressors, pipework, control systems; all key parts of our technology that are provided by market-leaders in engineering these solutions.
Our service agreement with Wärtsilä enables current and future Silverstream customers to access Wärtsilä’s global service network for the maintenance of their Silverstream System installations.
Wärtsilä’s network of service centres, workshops, and service professionals is the most extensive in the maritime industry, with 4500 field service professionals located in 70 countries around the world.
Testing and verification
Proving the potential of our technology has been a key priority since the very beginning. That’s why we have worked with organisations such as Lloyd’s Register, ABS, DNV and RINA – as well as HSVA – to prove the efficiency claims of our technology.
Our extensive, full-scale experimental work conducted at HSVA provides us with a clear understanding of how our bubble carpet is formed and interacts with a variety of ocean conditions. Our experts have full knowledge of the relationship between ship speed, draft and the air flow requirements of our technology to generate maximum efficiency gains.
We are focused on making our technology the best it can be. That is why we are working with organisations such as the University of Southampton to understand how we can apply machine learning in our System, and with coatings manufacturer AkzoNobel to understand the positive and complimentary applications of our technology with hull coatings.
Silverstream Technologies is a fast-growing, pioneering company at the cutting edge of clean technology.
We are always looking for dynamic people to join us as we continue to both scale up the use of our technology across the global shipping industry and strive to remain at the forefront of air lubrication technology development. Our culture embraces high performance and creativity, and provides the space for every team member to be heard and listened to.
We are a Central London-based business supporting key projects across the world.
As we continue to grow, we want to encourage a flexible and dynamic way of working, so that our team can thrive and contribute to our success. Our team enjoys a fun, relaxed atmosphere balanced by enthusiasm and ambition for the future of our innovative air lubrication technology.
Joining Silverstream means a unique opportunity to develop your own skills whilst also helping the shipping industry meet its decarbonisation challenges.
Silverstream Technologies is evolving quickly and, as such, we are continuously looking for new team members who are willing to be involved in every aspect of the business process and will enjoy the challenge of working in a developing company.