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Electric Water Vehicles

Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 17, 2018
Ports of Auckland aiming for zero emissions by 2040

Ports of Auckland aiming for zero emissions by 2040

Ports of Auckland has an ambitious goal to become a zero emissions port by 2040 and has recently completed the first step toward that goal by accurately measuring emissions and developing a plan to reduce them.\r\n\r\n
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 7, 2018
World's first fully autonomous Ferry demonstrated

World's first fully autonomous Ferry demonstrated

Rolls-Royce and Finnish state-owned ferry operator Finferries have successfully demonstrated the world's first fully autonomous ferry in the archipelago south of the city of Turku, Finland.
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 5, 2018
Electric container barges to set sail

Electric container barges to set sail

Dubbed the 'Tesla of the canals', the unmanned electric container barges will operate on Dutch and Belgian waterways.
Electric Vehicles Research
Nov 8, 2018
ABB and SINTEF test fuel cells for main propulsion potential

ABB and SINTEF test fuel cells for main propulsion potential

ABB and SINTEF Ocean are undertaking groundbreaking research to test the viability of fuel cells as an energy source for main ship propulsion.
Electric Vehicles Research
Nov 2, 2018
The Silent Transformation of Maritime Transport

The Silent Transformation of Maritime Transport

IDTechEx is one of the few market and technical research companies following marine electrification as part of its wider electric vehicle research -- and it is a segment quietly undergoing a transformation. The marine industry makes significant contributions to global pollution (particularly ocean-going vessels), often out of the spotlight. But in the past decade, regulations that have first focused on restricting particulates emissions, and more recently carbon emissions, are driving change.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 23, 2018
Royal Caribbean to offset emissions with wind power

Royal Caribbean to offset emissions with wind power

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has signed a deal with Southern Power for Southern Power's 200-megawatt Reading Wind Facility. This initiative, which will offset up to 12 percent of Royal Caribbean's emissions beginning in 2020, is one of many programs the cruise line has to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 17, 2018
Why the times are a changin' in marine electrification

Why the times are a changin' in marine electrification

The marine industry is at a turning point: vessel owners and operators are increasingly attracted to the value proposition of installing a battery system. Electrification is gaining momentum. Here's why.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 13, 2018
Environmentally friendly electric jet ski

Environmentally friendly electric jet ski

A team based in Hungary, says it has created the world's first electrojet designed for series production, which, thanks to its electric drive, is environmentally friendly and represents a sustainable future.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 6, 2018
New electric super yacht

New electric super yacht

Q-Yachts has unveiled its new fully electric zero emission superyacht Q30. Totally silent and efficient for up to 8 passengers.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 16, 2018
First hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States

First hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States

Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine has been awarded a USD 3 to build the first hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States. The zero-emission vessel will be the first of its kind in the US, and will highlight the advantages of hydrogen fuel cells for the commercial maritime sector.
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 17, 2018
Ports of Auckland aiming for zero emissions by 2040

Ports of Auckland aiming for zero emissions by 2040

Ports of Auckland has an ambitious goal to become a zero emissions port by 2040 and has recently completed the first step toward that goal by accurately measuring emissions and developing a plan to reduce them.\r\n\r\n
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 5, 2018
Electric container barges to set sail

Electric container barges to set sail

Dubbed the 'Tesla of the canals', the unmanned electric container barges will operate on Dutch and Belgian waterways.
Electric Vehicles Research
Nov 2, 2018
The Silent Transformation of Maritime Transport

The Silent Transformation of Maritime Transport

IDTechEx is one of the few market and technical research companies following marine electrification as part of its wider electric vehicle research -- and it is a segment quietly undergoing a transformation. The marine industry makes significant contributions to global pollution (particularly ocean-going vessels), often out of the spotlight. But in the past decade, regulations that have first focused on restricting particulates emissions, and more recently carbon emissions, are driving change.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 17, 2018
Why the times are a changin' in marine electrification

Why the times are a changin' in marine electrification

The marine industry is at a turning point: vessel owners and operators are increasingly attracted to the value proposition of installing a battery system. Electrification is gaining momentum. Here's why.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 6, 2018
New electric super yacht

New electric super yacht

Q-Yachts has unveiled its new fully electric zero emission superyacht Q30. Totally silent and efficient for up to 8 passengers.
Electric Vehicles Research
Dec 7, 2018
World's first fully autonomous Ferry demonstrated

World's first fully autonomous Ferry demonstrated

Rolls-Royce and Finnish state-owned ferry operator Finferries have successfully demonstrated the world's first fully autonomous ferry in the archipelago south of the city of Turku, Finland.
Electric Vehicles Research
Nov 8, 2018
ABB and SINTEF test fuel cells for main propulsion potential

ABB and SINTEF test fuel cells for main propulsion potential

ABB and SINTEF Ocean are undertaking groundbreaking research to test the viability of fuel cells as an energy source for main ship propulsion.
Electric Vehicles Research
Oct 23, 2018
Royal Caribbean to offset emissions with wind power

Royal Caribbean to offset emissions with wind power

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has signed a deal with Southern Power for Southern Power's 200-megawatt Reading Wind Facility. This initiative, which will offset up to 12 percent of Royal Caribbean's emissions beginning in 2020, is one of many programs the cruise line has to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 13, 2018
Environmentally friendly electric jet ski

Environmentally friendly electric jet ski

A team based in Hungary, says it has created the world's first electrojet designed for series production, which, thanks to its electric drive, is environmentally friendly and represents a sustainable future.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 16, 2018
First hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States

First hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States

Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine has been awarded a USD 3 to build the first hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States. The zero-emission vessel will be the first of its kind in the US, and will highlight the advantages of hydrogen fuel cells for the commercial maritime sector.
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