The maritime industry is taking first steps towards a cleaner future. Electric and hybrid vessels, ferries and ships have been already introduced all over Europe and even in Asia.
Danfoss Editron has increased its record manufacturing rate of power electronic products by 13% compared to its previous monthly high. The company also raised its highest amount of permanent magnet motors produced by 8%. Danfoss Editron’s production rate has grown substantially over the last year, with the manufacturing of all products increasing by 76% when comparing … Continued
Maritime transport currently emits over 900 million tons of CO2 annually and is responsible for approximately 2.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. In recent years, decarbonizing the marine industry has become a top priority for the International Maritime Organization. In 2018, its members set a target of reducing international shipping’s total annual greenhouse gas emissions by … Continued
The hybrid crew transfer vessels (CTVs) will be the first operating in the UK and some of the first in the world. The CTVs will serve Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm off the Yorkshire coast, which is due to become operational in 2022. Danfoss Editron’s compact and lightweight technology has overcome the challenge associated … Continued
Operated by Finferries, a Finnish state-owned ferry service provider, Prostvik 1 is one of two ferries that serves the route between Nauvo and Korppoo, making it vitally important to the local population. Built in 1983, the 50m vessel can carry approximately 140 passengers and 30 vehicles each journey. It operates for around 8000 hours per … Continued