Battery Hybrids & Full Electric Vessels – Page 5

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    OSM Thome inks NH3-fuelled Ultramax series deal


    Norwegian shipmanagement specialist OSM Thome has announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent with Norwegian green shipping specialist Pherousa Green Shipping AS (PGS) to collaborate on a series of 63,000dwt ammonia-fuelled Ultramax vessels to be ordered by PGS.

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    CCS awards AiP to LH2 fuel supply system


    Classification society CCS (China Classification Society) has awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Weishi Energy Technology Hebei for a liquid hydrogen fuel supply system design suitable for use aboard marine vessels. The AiP is the first to be awarded by CCS for an LH2 fuel supply system.

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    First methanol fuel cell harbour tug project advances


    Svitzer, A.P. Moller - Maersk’s towage operator, has announced that it is moving ahead with a project to design the world’s first methanol hybrid fuel cell (MHFC) tug, in collaboration with naval architect firm, Robert Allan Ltd.

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    New efficient vessel design for short sea shipping


    Mercuria and ETA Shipping have joined forces on sustainable short sea shipping with the design of a new highly efficient coastal cargo ship

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    H2 proof of concept launches in Singapore


    As part of Singapore’s National Hydrogen Strategy initiative, Pyxis and Sydrogen have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop hydrogen fuel cell solutions for the harbour craft from shore to sea, helping pave the way to net zero.

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    Battery Power For Thames Clean Air Zone


    Featuring a low-emission, low-noise hybrid propulsion arrangement, the first of three UK-built passenger catamaran ferries has been delivered for Central London service with Uber Boat by Thames Clippers.

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    Damen to supply WID for UK Dredging


    UK Dredging is expanding its offering with the addition of a Shoalbuster 2711 WID from Damen

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    All-Electric Boxship For Yangtze Route


    In a seminal development for China’s expansive inland shipping sector, a battery-electric container vessel is set to be commissioned during the autumn on the Yangtze River. The 700TEU newbuild was launched on July 26 at the premises of COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry(Yangzhou), where the second-of-class was laid down in May.

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    Yanmar launches PEM FC solution


    Yanmar Power, a subsidiary of Yanmar, has announced that it has added hydrogen fuel-cell systems to its product portfolio, making fuel cell systems commercially available from 1 August.

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    New Chapter In Vehicle Carrier Evolution


    Testament to the reach and resolve of the Japanese shipping industry, the essential trading tool of the world’s third largest economy, the NYK Group has taken delivery of the initial vessels in a major programme of LNG-fuelled pure car/truck carrier (PCTC) construction.

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    New battery chemistries on the horizon after land-based development


    Developments in battery chemistry targeted aim to boost power density, increase longevity and reduce risk

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    Prospects for battery power are positive


    The use of onboard energy storage has grown rapidly over the last decade, and new chemistries are likely to be competing with lithium-ion batteries by around 2030

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    11th SOV from HAV Design for Esvagt


    HAV Design is creating a methanol hybrid SOV for Esvagt, the eleventh SOV the two companies have collaborated on

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    European ports express trepidation over shore power regulations


    This week the European Parliament will formalise two important port regulations on onshore power

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    Swedish port completes shore-power operation for tanker


    The Swedish port of Gävle has become one of the first in the world to successfully connect a tanker vessel to shore-based power.

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    DNV develops new Shore Power class rules for tankers


    DNV has announced that it introduced new class rules for electrical shore connections specifically tailored for tankers on 1 July 2023. The rules are the first to be introduced by a class society, and are expected to contribute to the development of sector norms.

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    Electrification takes shipping further along its decarbonisation path


    Shipowners are shifting towards hybridised and electrified vessels as they slow down and adopt clean technologies. This takes them further towards full electrification, with many options along the way.

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    Shore power: confusion and piecemeal adoption slow the current


    A recent media controversy in the UK press surrounding P&O Ferries’ two latest Chinese-built ferries, Pioneer and Liberté, is indicative of the confusion relating to battery-hybrid ferries’ charging solutions. Reports that there would not be sufficient grid capability in Dover to charge up their batteries using shore power revealed generalist journalists’ unfamiliarity with shaft power generation solutions.

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    A pre-approved battery room solution


    The Corvus BOB is a standardised, plug-and-play battery room solution

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    Drafting A Zero-Emission Coastal Cruise Ship


    After a year of intensive research, coastal ferry and cruise specialist Hurtigruten Norway has revealed early concept plans for an emission-free ship promising to set a new benchmark in energy efficiency.