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New Autonomous Vessel Delivered to Royal Navy

New Autonomous Vessel Delivered to Royal Navy

Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 31, 2021
Fastest All-Electric Passenger Ship to Launch in Stockholm

Fastest All-Electric Passenger Ship to Launch in Stockholm

The all-new foiling Candela P-30—the world's fastest all-electric passenger ship—will hit Stockholm's waterways in 2022, shuttling passengers to and from the archipelago above the waves without wakes, noise and CO2 emissions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 5, 2021
Energy Companies Invest £1.6 Million in Wave Power for Subsea Projects

Energy Companies Invest £1.6 Million in Wave Power for Subsea Projects

Wave power experts Mocean Energy and energy storage developers EC-OG have joined forces with Chrysaor, Modus, OGTC and Baker Hughes to fund the demonstration of a wave powered renewable energy system for running subsea equipment.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 18, 2021
First Electric, Foiling Boat Aces Safety and Noise Test

First Electric, Foiling Boat Aces Safety and Noise Test

Candela Seven is the world's first electric hydrofoil boat to enter the market, and as such, had to pass a set of trials to meet the Swiss safety, noise, and emission standards.
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 2, 2020
Battery System for a Luxury Electric Boat

Battery System for a Luxury Electric Boat

The craft will be the world's first ever luxury boat to be powered by Lithium Sulfur cell and battery systems technology. The objective is to achieve a range between 70 and 100 nautical miles at cruising speed - setting new standards for range in electric boats.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 28, 2020
Autonomous Boats Could be Your Next Ride

Autonomous Boats Could be Your Next Ride

The feverish race to produce the shiniest, safest, speediest self-driving car has spilled over into our wheelchairs, scooters, and even golf carts. Recently, there's been movement from land to sea, as marine autonomy stands to change the canals of our cities, with the potential to deliver goods and services and collect waste across our waterways.
External Company Press Release
General Dynamics Electric Boat Awarded $327.8 Million Navy Contract

General Dynamics Electric Boat Awarded $327.8 Million Navy Contract

General Dynamics Electric Boat, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE:GD), has been awarded a $327.8 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract modification for fiscal year 2020 for lead yard support, development studies and design efforts for Virginia-class submarines.
Electric Vehicles Research
Sep 30, 2020
Unmanned Robotic Vessels for the US Navy

Unmanned Robotic Vessels for the US Navy

Lockheed Martin will provide a study for a proven, integrated and capable payload ship, able to patrol for extended durations, as part of the US Navy's Large Unmanned Surface Vessel competition.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices

Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices

Falling Li-ion battery prices have been an important enabler for electrification of boats and ships. In this article, we discuss the latest battery price data from market leaders Corvus Energy, the drivers behind cost reduction and the expectation for cost reduction over the next decade. The data provided in this article is based on an exclusive IDTechEx interview with Sean Puchalski, Executive VP at Corvus.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Boats & Ships: Covid-19 Impact

Electric Boats & Ships: Covid-19 Impact

Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on the transportation industry with production shutdowns and loss of consumer travel and spending. In this article, IDTechEx discusses the impact so far on the electric and hybrid marine industry based on primary interviews.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 31, 2021
Fastest All-Electric Passenger Ship to Launch in Stockholm

Fastest All-Electric Passenger Ship to Launch in Stockholm

The all-new foiling Candela P-30—the world's fastest all-electric passenger ship—will hit Stockholm's waterways in 2022, shuttling passengers to and from the archipelago above the waves without wakes, noise and CO2 emissions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 18, 2021
First Electric, Foiling Boat Aces Safety and Noise Test

First Electric, Foiling Boat Aces Safety and Noise Test

Candela Seven is the world's first electric hydrofoil boat to enter the market, and as such, had to pass a set of trials to meet the Swiss safety, noise, and emission standards.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 28, 2020
Autonomous Boats Could be Your Next Ride

Autonomous Boats Could be Your Next Ride

The feverish race to produce the shiniest, safest, speediest self-driving car has spilled over into our wheelchairs, scooters, and even golf carts. Recently, there's been movement from land to sea, as marine autonomy stands to change the canals of our cities, with the potential to deliver goods and services and collect waste across our waterways.
Electric Vehicles Research
Sep 30, 2020
Unmanned Robotic Vessels for the US Navy

Unmanned Robotic Vessels for the US Navy

Lockheed Martin will provide a study for a proven, integrated and capable payload ship, able to patrol for extended durations, as part of the US Navy's Large Unmanned Surface Vessel competition.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Boats & Ships: Covid-19 Impact

Electric Boats & Ships: Covid-19 Impact

Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on the transportation industry with production shutdowns and loss of consumer travel and spending. In this article, IDTechEx discusses the impact so far on the electric and hybrid marine industry based on primary interviews.
Electric Vehicles Research
Mar 5, 2021
Energy Companies Invest £1.6 Million in Wave Power for Subsea Projects

Energy Companies Invest £1.6 Million in Wave Power for Subsea Projects

Wave power experts Mocean Energy and energy storage developers EC-OG have joined forces with Chrysaor, Modus, OGTC and Baker Hughes to fund the demonstration of a wave powered renewable energy system for running subsea equipment.
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 2, 2020
Battery System for a Luxury Electric Boat

Battery System for a Luxury Electric Boat

The craft will be the world's first ever luxury boat to be powered by Lithium Sulfur cell and battery systems technology. The objective is to achieve a range between 70 and 100 nautical miles at cruising speed - setting new standards for range in electric boats.
External Company Press Release
General Dynamics Electric Boat Awarded $327.8 Million Navy Contract

General Dynamics Electric Boat Awarded $327.8 Million Navy Contract

General Dynamics Electric Boat, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE:GD), has been awarded a $327.8 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract modification for fiscal year 2020 for lead yard support, development studies and design efforts for Virginia-class submarines.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices

Electric Boats & Ships: 2020 Battery Prices

Falling Li-ion battery prices have been an important enabler for electrification of boats and ships. In this article, we discuss the latest battery price data from market leaders Corvus Energy, the drivers behind cost reduction and the expectation for cost reduction over the next decade. The data provided in this article is based on an exclusive IDTechEx interview with Sean Puchalski, Executive VP at Corvus.
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