Advanced generator replacement technology Integrel now available

A new partnership at Triskel Marine means its advanced generator replacement technology Integrel is now available throughout the Mediterranean, North America and the Caribbean.

International distributor, Integrel Solutions, will work alongside the UK-based company to enable sailors around the world to transform the way they create power afloat.

Commercial Director at Triskel Marine, Trevor Howard, says: “We’re incredibly pleased to be working with Integrel Solutions. Mediterranean CEOs Donna & Pete Simpson, and USA/Caribbean CEO Grant Hedifen are all extremely competent individuals that share our values, and are excited by the Integrel technology.”

Integrel’s growing user base will now benefit from local technical support, as well as local market knowledge and expertise. Integrel Solutions will deliver a robust installer network throughout the Mediterranean, North America and the Caribbean.

“We are very excited to be working with Triskel Marine to distribute Integrel, which we see as a game changer in the marine industry” explains Pete Simpson, CEO at Integrel Solutions Med.

“Paired with the correct battery bank, Integrel creates a 5-star cruising experience. Yacht owners will no longer need noisy, expensive generators to enjoy home comforts such as air conditioning, ice makers and espresso machines.”

Grant Headifen, CEO at Integrel North America/Caribbean and Global Director of Education for NauticEd, agrees: “Integrel is a must have accessory for charter yachts. Charter clients won’t have to run their engines for hours every day, just to keep the fridge cold. By the time the engine is started, the sails are down and you’re motoring up to a mooring ball, the batteries will be fully charged. This creates a great ROI by reducing operating costs, in addition to happier customers and more rental weeks each year.”

Grant continues: “Another huge benefit is for boats that don’t have a generator but want to keep cool on hot summer nights. Battery-powered air conditioning systems can be quickly charged with Integrel, saving them money and helping to protect the environment.”

Since its launch in 2018, the Integrel solution is being globally recognised as the future of power generation afloat. The ability to replace a standalone generator by using ‘spare’ capacity from the existing inboard engine means seafarers can enjoy a more comfortable, efficient and environmentally-friendly experience afloat.

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