- The fleet of 27 fully-electric catamarans will help clean Bangkok’s air and transform the city’sChao 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 transport in Thailand.
Powered by Danfoss Editron, the pioneering self-propelled hybrid removable bow is the world’s largest motorized of its kind and capable of breaking ice up to 70cm thick. The bow could enable any ice-strengthened vessel to be transformed into an icebreaker. Danfoss Editron’s hybrid-electric system reduces both emissions and fuel costs. LAPPEENRANTA, FINLAND – The Finnish … Continued
Danfoss Editron powering fully-electric trucks for reborn Brazilian manufacturer FNM
The fully-electric wheel loader system is the latest example of how Danfoss Editron is transforming the construction market via electrification. Developing the system has given Danfoss Editron a greater understanding of its customers’ needs when they build electric machines. Introducing the fully-electric wheel loader system to the market will enable Danfoss Editron to offer its customers multiple … Continued
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