Electric propulsion offers maximised efficiency, fuel savings, reduced noise and vibration, eco- friendliness and compliance to new environmental regulations.  Battery power solutions improve life-cycle of vessels and contribute to better use of resources. Charging time, reliable energy storage system, construction costs are critical factors for short-distance vessels to operate all-electric.

 

Hybrid vessels and all-electric ships already exist in european waters.

Texelstroom
Texelstroom

Type: passenger Gross tonnage: 16400 Length: 135m Capacity: 1750p, 350v Area of operation: Texel - Den Helder, NL Propulsion power: 4x1800kW electric Battery Pack [kWh]: 1600

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Hallaig
Hallaig

Type: passenger Gross Tonnage: 499 Length: 43.5m Capacity: 150p, 23v Area of operation: Skye - Raasay, GBI Propulsion power: 2x400kW Battery Pack [kWh]: 700

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Svitzer
Svitzer

Type: tug Gross Tonnage: 433 Length: 32m Capacity: bollard pull 75ton Area of operation: Barrow Island, Au Propulsion power: 2x2100kW, electric Battery Pack [kWh]: 120

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RT Adriaan
RT Adriaan

Type: tug Length: 32m Area of operation: Malta Propulsion power: 5295kW Battery Pack: 78

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MY Savvanah
MY Savvanah

Type: mega yacht Length: 83.5m Capacity: 12p, 24 crew Area of operation: charter Propulsion power: 9L20 4-stroke 1800kW Battery Pack: lith-ion 1 MW

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Scandlines Prins Richard
Scandlines Prins Richard
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