Let’s dive into the hottest trends in hybrid ships and find ways to save fuel while increasing vessel performance and attractiveness.
US-built hybrid tug from Berg Propulsion featuring a fully integrated electric system is a high-tech win for America’s fleet.
The partnership between river bus service Thames Clipper and transport company Uber is building the country’s first high-speed hybrid ferry.
ROBOSHIP, a standard hybrid-electric propulsion vessel aiming to promote a vision for the future of ships.
Zinus has secured a contract from Norwegian firm Havnekraft to develop and supply a new, flexible shore power technology for cruise ships.
RINA has followed the design, approval, and supervision of the wind-assisted diesel-electric cargo vessel M/V Tharsis.
World First Hydrogen-Powered Vessel will reduce fossil fuel consumption by more than 40% while it has been funded NOK 92.5 million from Enova.
Following the successful installation of the Norsepower Rotor Sail on the hybrid ferry M/V Copenhagen in 2020, and a year of demonstrated results, Scandlines has prepared the sister ferry M/V Berlin for its own Rotor…