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PowerCell Sign Development Contract with Havyard Group

PowerCell Sign Development Contract with Havyard Group

Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 17, 2019
Unmanned, fully-autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic

Unmanned, fully-autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic

A global consortium of partners, led by marine research organization ProMare, is building an unmanned, fully-autonomous ship that will cross the Atlantic on the fourth centenary of the original Mayflower voyage in September 2020.
Electric Vehicles Research
Sep 27, 2019
Ships powered by solid oxide fuel cells

Ships powered by solid oxide fuel cells

Bloom Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries announced a collaboration to design and develop ships powered by Bloom Energy's solid oxide fuel cell technology.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 28, 2019
World's largest electric ferry completes maiden voyage

World's largest electric ferry completes maiden voyage

The world's largest all-electric ferry, named E-ferry Ellen, made its first commercial trip connecting the ports of Søby and Fynshav, on the islands of Aerø and Als, in southern Denmark.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 13, 2019
Construction support vessel efficiency enhanced by hybrid propulsion

Construction support vessel efficiency enhanced by hybrid propulsion

The technology group Wärtsilä is to provide hybrid propulsion capability for a new offshore wind construction support vessel. The 'Acta Centaurus', a DP2 walk-to-work construction support vessel owned by Netherlands-based Acta Marine, will thus gain fuel consumption and environmental benefits through being able to operate the vessel with less running engines at more optimised load.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 7, 2019
Ports of Auckland buys world first electric tug

Ports of Auckland buys world first electric tug

Ports of Auckland has signed a contract with Dutch company Damen Shipyards to buy the world's first full-size, fully electric port tug.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 31, 2019
Unmanned vessels can travel further to inhospitable environments

Unmanned vessels can travel further to inhospitable environments

BAE Systems has successfully completed a series of trials on a 'first of its kind' autonomous boat that will allow navies to go beyond the limits of human endurance with unmanned vessels that can travel further, for longer and to more inhospitable environments.
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Highlights from Electric and Hybrid Marine Conference and Expo (2019)!

Highlights from Electric and Hybrid Marine Conference and Expo (2019)!

Technology Analyst Luke Gear presents his findings from the Electric and Hybrid Marine conference held in Amsterdam.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 11, 2019
Hydrogen-powered river vessel for zero-emission shipping

Hydrogen-powered river vessel for zero-emission shipping

A significant source of CO2 and other pollutants, global shipping has come under the spotlight lately thanks to increased pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from various sectors.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jun 11, 2019
Fleet of "roboats" could collect garbage

Fleet of "roboats" could collect garbage

The city of Amsterdam envisions a future where fleets of autonomous boats cruise its many canals to transport goods and people, collect trash, or self-assemble into floating stages and bridges.
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