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Danfoss powers up the world’s strongest electric ferry

The groundbreaking E-Ferry has just been launched in Denmark with the help of Danfoss. The electrically powered ferry has the largest battery capacity at sea and navigates without CO2 emissions.

Ellen is the world’s most powerful electric ferry. And it has just been deployed between Ærø and Als, the Danish home island of Danfoss. On a round trip, Ellen travels 22 nautical miles, seven times further than any other electric ferry in the world today. She carries the largest battery capacity at sea.

“Ellen is an excellent example of the future for electric transport: cleaner, greener and more efficient. It is a key project for the EU and demonstrates the potential for electric ferries to end users and the industry itself,” says Kimmo Rauma, Vice President of Danfoss Editron.

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