Tag: <span>Havila Kystruten</span>

HAV receives preliminary approval for hydrogen-based energy system
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HAV receives preliminary approval for hydrogen-based energy system

HAV Group has been granted preliminary approval for the hydrogen-based energy system developed in the FreeCO2ast project. The approval is a major step towards the commercial use of hydrogen fuel by a commercial vessel. The Norwegian Maritime Authority has issued a statement of preliminary assessment which confirms that the alternative design is considered feasible and...

Hybrid electric passenger ship begins maiden voyage
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Hybrid electric passenger ship begins maiden voyage

HAV Group’s newest vessel featuring an array of technologies to cut nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions by 90 per cent and CO2 emissions by 25 per cent has set sail on her maiden voyage along the Norwegian coastline. The passenger vessel, Havila Capella, is the first of Havila Kystruten’s vessels that will sail the traditional coastal...

Havila Kystruten and Kongsberg sign 10-year service agreement
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Havila Kystruten and Kongsberg sign 10-year service agreement

Havila Kystruten and Kongsberg have signed a ten year long “Power-by-the-Hour” service agreement for four new coastal cruise vessels currently under construction. The contract value is 150 million NOK. Power-by-the-Hour is a service whereby the customer pays a fixed charge per hour of operation, per ship. Kongsberg Maritime monitors the equipment onboard each vessel from...

Havila Kystruten powers newbuilds with Corvus battery pack
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Havila Kystruten powers newbuilds with Corvus battery pack

Havila Kystruten has confirmed it will install the world’s largest battery pack on-board its coastal vessels. A contract has been signed between Corvus Energy and Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to deliver and integrate the battery pack on-board the Havila vessels. Corvus Energy will deliver an air-cooled energy storage system (ESS) with Corvus’ patented single-cell thermal...

Havyard hydrogen-powered project receives NOK 104m
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Havyard hydrogen-powered project receives NOK 104m

Havila Kystruten has received NOK 104.3 million for its zero emissions projects, which will use hydrogen to power vessels on coastal routes, resulting in vessels with up to five times longer zero-emission voyage than other vessels. The two topics are ‘Zero-emissions maritime transport 2.0’, and ‘Havyard – Zero-Emission ROPAX Vessel’ project. The funding comes from...

Batteries to power Havila newbuilds
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Batteries to power Havila newbuilds

Havila Kystruten has selected Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) and Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) to supply its four newbuild vessels with hybrid electric propulsion and control systems. The delivery includes an energy storage system, which contains batteries with a capacity per vessel of 6,100kWh, more than double that of the biggest battery-operated ferries. The delivery also...