Danfoss Editron has released two new online tools, the latest offerings in its growing digital portfolio. The tools are the first of their kind to be available publicly for free and will help to increase the ease and pace of electrification. The online calculator has been developed to enable the dimensioning of drivetrains for fully-electric or hybrid heavy-duty vehicles. The new 3D configurator allows users to design their own electric or hybrid vehicle and customize it to their individual needs.
The National Zero-Emission Truck Coalition aims to accelerate growth in the clean medium and heavy-duty truck industry by reducing upfront costs for fleets. Danfoss Editron is collaborating with Danfoss’ Corporate Public Relations and Government Affairs department in Washington, D.C. to support multiple electrification initiatives that are being advocated for across the country. The global reach … Continued
Superyachts emit over 300,000 tons of CO2 annually, a figure similar to or even higher than the emissions produced by entire countries. Danfoss Editron’s hybrid marine system produces less noise, saves on space and weight, lowers fuel consumption and reduces emissions. Bering 145 will be the first superyacht in Bering Yachts’ fleet and is expected … Continued
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