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.
A journey of discovery MHO-Co’s two new crew transfer vessels (CTVs) – MHO Asgard and MHO Apollo – have been put through their paces, having traveled from China to Denmark. The 12,000 nautical mile journey was a voyage of discovery for Volvo Penta and Danfoss Editron, with the many lessons learned helping to create a … Continued
Unveiled at the 2021 Busan International Boat Show, the Hydrogenia is South Korea’s first commercialized hydrogen electric boat. The development of the boat is part of South Korea’s 2030 Green Ship-K Promotion Strategy, which aims to increase the advancement and broader use of low carbon ship technology. Danfoss Editron’s compact and lightweight drivetrain technology enables … Continued
Danfoss Editron and the Ship and Ocean Industries R&D Center have teamed up to launch the Green Energy Application Development Center (GEADC) in Taiwan. The new center will showcase a new electric marine DC power grid jointly developed by both companies. The GEADC will also serve as a learning platform to marine professionals from Taiwan … Continued
The vessel will support Singapore’s push for greater adoption of hybrid-electric propulsion systems in its maritime industry. The impressive power-to-weight ratio of Danfoss Editron’s drivetrain system, plus the efficiency it offers, were key factors in the company being chosen for the project. Sea Forrest Power Solutions Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of BH Global Corporation Ltd, … Continued