2020-09-22 16:06News

The European Patent Office intends to grant OXE Marine AB (publ) a European patent for an electric duoprop outboard


Following a patent application by OXE Marine AB (publ) (“OXE”), the European Patent Office has communicated that it intends to grant the Company a European patent for a twin motor electric duoprop outboard, subject to OXE fulfilling certain administrative requirements.

The patent is part of OXE’s ongoing expansion of its intellectual property portfolio and is a natural continuation of OXE’s plan to dramatically reduce exhaust emissions in the marine outboard segment. Earlier this month, OXE entered into a cooperation agreement with Norwegian company Evoy AS regarding high powered electric outboards.

“I’m very happy that our continuous R&D focus is showing progress and to be able to expand further into the electrification of the marine segment. This patent will allow the use of twin electric motors, which can be packaged into a smaller envelope while simultaneously allowing for different torque and rotations per minutes to be transmitted to each individual propeller, thereby increasing the overall efficiency even more. Additionally, it covers OXE’s existing belt technology and conventional technology while also providing redundancy in case of failure with one electric motor” says Myron Mahendra, CEO of OXE Marine AB.

About OXE Marine AB

At OXE Marine we are driven by the ambition to transform the outboard motor; impacting the journey towards a more sustainable and ecologically positive marine environment. We are passionate, knowledgeable, and reliable. Passionate to commit to innovation and excellence, knowledgeable to recruit and retain high-quality personnel, and reliable to commit to supplying safe, durable, and reliable products and services and to openness and fairness with all our stakeholders. OXE Marine believes in a strong collaborative approach between our teams and partners while being daring and persistent in our passion for excellence. OXE Marine was founded in 2012, and is the company behind a patented outboard transmission, enabling the use of high torque diesel engines on outboard systems and in sterndrive solutions.


Paul Frick
Paul Frick