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Low Carbon Shipping: Policy Drivers

Low Carbon Shipping: Policy Drivers

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Aurelia's 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia's 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia Green Ship Concept Design has unveiled a new design with 100% hydrogen propulsion. The Certificate of Approval in Principle has been issued by RINA based on the newly published RINA Rules for Hydrogen Fuelled Ships and the RINA Guide for the Approval in Principle of Novel Technologies.
Electric Vehicles Research
Sep 7, 2022
World's Fastest Electric Boat Achieves Top Speed Of 109 MPH

World's Fastest Electric Boat Achieves Top Speed Of 109 MPH

Vision Marine Technologies announces an historic milestone in the boating industry by shattering the 100 MPH speed barrier on an electric watercraft.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 31, 2022
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

The missions demonstrated the remarkable autonomous launch of a micro-AUV from Solus-LR while submerged and underway. Following the launch, the micro-AUV surfaced and transmitted a status message to Solus-LR's command and control center via Iridium satellite. The operation was the first of its kind and demonstrated near real-time, over-the-horizon communications from a submerged AUV.
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Polestar and Candela Join Forces to Make Electric Boats Mainstream

Polestar and Candela Join Forces to Make Electric Boats Mainstream

Polestar will provide battery and charging systems for Candela's highly efficient flying boats. The battery deal will enable Candela to scale up production swiftly, bringing mass-market electric boats one step closer to reality.
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Event Report: Electric & Hybrid Marine 2022

Event Report: Electric & Hybrid Marine 2022

The Electric & Hybrid Marine conference is one of the largest conferences in the world dedicated to promoting low carbon technologies for the maritime sector. This IDTechEx premium article discusses conference highlights from analysts attending the event in person. Coverage includes hydrogen, alternative fuels, ammonia, solid-oxide fuel cells, the latest battery pack prices, hydrofoiling container ships, LTO battery applications, and more.
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New Passenger Ferry is Powered by Sun and Torqueedo

New Passenger Ferry is Powered by Sun and Torqueedo

This summer, there's a new way to get to a vacationers' paradise in the Baltic Sea: a solar-electric ferry. A 14.65-meter-long emission-free vessel is operating several times a day between the village of Kamp on the mainland and the sunny island of Usedom, part of the popular 350-kilometer Berlin - Usedom cycle route.
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Taiga Begins Deliveries of its Orca Electric Personal Watercraft

Taiga Begins Deliveries of its Orca Electric Personal Watercraft

Taiga's 2022 Orca marks its world's first electric personal watercraft sale.
External Company Press Release
AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

AI Reduces Emissions in the Archipelago

Every summer, ferries transport crowds of visitors between islands in the Swedish archipelago. With the help of a new AI platform, each ferry can now reduce its fuel consumption by 10-25 percent, which contributes to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions. This is according to the results from long-term testing.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jun 28, 2022
Stockholm's Electric Flying Ferry Faster Than Cars and Subway

Stockholm's Electric Flying Ferry Faster Than Cars and Subway

The world's fastest electric ship, the Candela P-12 Shuttle, is set to hit Stockholm's waters next year, heralding a new era of transport. The innovative hydrofoiling electric ferry will reduce emissions and slash commuting times - and the city believes it will make waterborne public transport more attractive than trains, buses, and cars.
External Company Press Release
Aurelia's 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia's 100% Hydrogen Powered Design Awarded RINA Approval

Aurelia Green Ship Concept Design has unveiled a new design with 100% hydrogen propulsion. The Certificate of Approval in Principle has been issued by RINA based on the newly published RINA Rules for Hydrogen Fuelled Ships and the RINA Guide for the Approval in Principle of Novel Technologies.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 31, 2022
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

The missions demonstrated the remarkable autonomous launch of a micro-AUV from Solus-LR while submerged and underway. Following the launch, the micro-AUV surfaced and transmitted a status message to Solus-LR's command and control center via Iridium satellite. The operation was the first of its kind and demonstrated near real-time, over-the-horizon communications from a submerged AUV.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Report: Electric & Hybrid Marine 2022

Event Report: Electric & Hybrid Marine 2022

The Electric & Hybrid Marine conference is one of the largest conferences in the world dedicated to promoting low carbon technologies for the maritime sector. This IDTechEx premium article discusses conference highlights from analysts attending the event in person. Coverage includes hydrogen, alternative fuels, ammonia, solid-oxide fuel cells, the latest battery pack prices, hydrofoiling container ships, LTO battery applications, and more.
External Company Press Release
Taiga Begins Deliveries of its Orca Electric Personal Watercraft

Taiga Begins Deliveries of its Orca Electric Personal Watercraft

Taiga's 2022 Orca marks its world's first electric personal watercraft sale.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jun 28, 2022
Stockholm's Electric Flying Ferry Faster Than Cars and Subway

Stockholm's Electric Flying Ferry Faster Than Cars and Subway

The world's fastest electric ship, the Candela P-12 Shuttle, is set to hit Stockholm's waters next year, heralding a new era of transport. The innovative hydrofoiling electric ferry will reduce emissions and slash commuting times - and the city believes it will make waterborne public transport more attractive than trains, buses, and cars.
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