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Thailand’s first fleet of fully-electric passenger ferries hit the water to kick off 2021

  • 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.
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