In this episode of My Electrification Family we profile Danfoss Chairman Jorgen Clausen, Nina Harjula, Olli Pyrhonen, and Barry Yung. 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.
Danfoss Editron has been chosen by Damen Shipyards to provide the electric drivetrain system powering the shipyard’s newest Fast Crew Supply (FCS) vessel. Known as the FCS 7011, the vessel will represent a leap forward in terms of speed, comfort and efficiency of FCS vessels. The vessel, which recently completed sea trials in Turkey, will … Continued
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
Located in Edinburgh’s Shawfair Business Park, the £25 million Low-Carbon Innovation Center will house Danfoss teams working on next-generation, climate-friendly technologies in hydraulics, digitalization and electrification. The Low-Carbon Innovation Center will be the first Danfoss building in the world to be operationally carbon-neutral, marking an important step towards the company’s goal to be a carbon-neutral … Continued
REMOVING DIESEL AND IMPROVING SAFETY IN UNDERGROUND MINING The mining industry is increasingly turning to commercial vehicle electrification solutions for the machinery used during operations because of the performance and safety benefits they offer. As well as reducing diesel emissions, introducing electric machines improves the underground environment for workers, increases production rates and saves companies … Continued