Stena Line saw 15% lower sulphur emissions and 2.1% lower CO2 emissions per nautical mile in 2017.
Stena Line has chosen Corvus Energy as its supplier of choice to convert one of its flagship ro-pax ferries to battery power.
Stena Line has joined a unique industry cooperation for smart electric transport which aims to increase the electrification of shipping.
The first zero-emissions Stena Line ferry powered by batteries could begin operation this year with batteries supplied by Callenberg Technology Group.
Swedish ferry operator Stena Line has renewed its planned maintenance agreement with MacGregor, part of Cargotec.
WE Tech has received an order to deliver its energy efficient permanent magnet shaft generator solutions to a series of four ROPAX ferries.
Stena Rederi is to convert a second engine in its ground-breaking methanol fuelled ro-pax Stena Germanica, with the installation to be completed next month.
UK-based V&A Hydraulics has completed a contract to support cargo loading functions and the release of a fast-rescue boat for ferry operator, Stena Line.
SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden has completed fire risk assessments for the Stena Germanica, which will be returned to service as a methanol-powered ferry this year.
Ferry operator Stena Line has confirmed its plans to convert the 240m, 1,500-passenger, 2001-built ro-pax ship ‘Stena Germanica’ to run on methanol fuel.
Stena Line is to install Napa software onboard four further vessels – two ferries and two freight vessels – as part of its Energy Saving Programme (ESP).
Two Stena Line ferries are now fitted with Variable Speed Drivers (VSDs) for seawater pumps to help cut fuel costs and carbon emissions.
Stena Line has unveiled its plans to use methanol to meet emission standards for Europe’s Sulphur Emission Control Areas (SECAs) coming into effect in 2015.
UK based Solar Solve Marine, the anti-glare and heat rejecting roller screen expert, has equipped the new vessels 'Stena Transporter' and 'Stena Transit' with its Solasafe sunscreens.
Bureau Veritas has completed the world's first shipping company certification audit to the new standard ISO 50001 – 2011 Energy Management Systems.
Stena Line claims that its passenger ferry ‘Stena Jutlandica’ is the first to be equipped with wind turbines which will contribute to the company’s environmental efforts by both supplying energy and reducing fuel consumption.
The first of two large superferries, built by Nordic Yards in Wismar, Germany, was recently put into service with Stena Line on the North Sea run between Harwich and the Hook of Holland.
The first of the world’s two largest Superferries was recently put into service with Stena Line on the North Sea run between Harwich and the Hook of Holland.
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