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Tag: hybrid technology

UK commits to ‘greener’ shipping sector

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The UK Government announced that it has committed to spending millions on funding innovative technologies and fuels to reduce maritime emissions, and help create a zero-emissions sector. UK has been working closely with industry to develop international regulations to support LNG and other alternative fuels.

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Steel cutting for Color Line’s plug-in hybrid ferry

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Ulstein announced a steel cutting ceremony of the plug-in hybrid ferry for Color Line, held on Friday 14th July. Color Line was accepted by the municipality of Sandefjord for a new ferry for the Sandefjord-Strömstad connection, because they were able to present the most environmentally friendly solution.

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Corvus Energy to supply battery power to Farstad Shipping’s PSV

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Corvus Energy has been selected as the supplier of a lithium ion based energy storage system for the hybridization of Farstad Shipping’s "Far Sun" being integrated by Vard Electro, in the second half of 2017. Orca Energy ESS will supply electrical power to the PSV’s propulsion system electrical network, to enable environmentally-friendly and lower cost operations.

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New BV rules support hybrid power, energy storage systems

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Bureau Veritas issued a new chapter in its rules, providing a framework for electric and hybrid power solutions. The new class notations include power management, power back-up and zero emission standards. The notations are expected to encourage wider uptake of energy storage systems to provide operational and environmental benefits.

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Statoil awards contracts to five ship owners

Statoil announced that it is focusing on reducing emissions from its activities. With an ambition of being leading in carbon-efficient oil and gas production, the company is awarding seven supply vessels a total contract value of NOK 3.1 billion, under which all vessels will be equipped with hybrid battery operation, and the possibility of shore power connection.

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