In this episode of My Electrification Family we profile Carlo Kopf, Joonas Talvitie, Antti Vayrynen, and Eric Bretey. While they live in different countries and work across different functions, they have one thing in common: they all believe that electrification can change our world for the better.
The HydroFLEX train features a hydrogen powerpack fitted onto a newly-classified Class 799 train, which will ultimately allow it to run on conventional electrified routes as well as independently. As well as the hydrogen fuel tank, the train contains a fuel cell, lithium-ion batteries, electric motors and a Danfoss Editron converter, which connects to the … Continued
The fleet of 27 fully-electric catamarans will help clean Bangkok’s air and transform the city’s Chao Phraya River. Danfoss Editron is providing the electric drivetrain systems for the catamarans, which are smaller, lighter and more efficient than hydraulic alternatives. The project is part of Energy Absolute’s ambitious plans to promote and increase alternative-energy methods of … Continued
Danfoss Editron delivering full hybrid propulsion, power plant system and control and energy management system for Armada fleet, while Volvo Penta will provide the engines. The new autonomous fleet does not require a host vessel, thus emitting up to 90% less CO2 emissions compared to conventional oceanographic survey methods. The boats will also offer significant … Continued
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