Tag: <span>Norwegian Electric Systems</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...

Scandlines orders onshore ferry charging system from NES
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Scandlines orders onshore ferry charging system from NES

Scandlines has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) a contract to deliver an onshore charging system to the ferry operator’s berth in Rødby, Denmark, for the newbuild zero emission ferry. Norwegian maritime supplier NES will provide the complete onshore ferry-charging system for the Rødby ferry berth and connect the equipment to the onshore grid system. Scandlines’...

Scandlines ferry to sail emission-free with NES battery solution
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Scandlines ferry to sail emission-free with NES battery solution

A new zero-emission ferry from Scandlines will feature Norwegian Electric Systems’ (NES) battery and control systems. The contract was awarded to NES by the Turkish Cemre Shipyard, which is building the ferry. The ferry will sail the route between Puttgarden in Germany and Rødby in Denmark, emission-free. The new ferry will have a length of...

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...

Gearbulk orders NES battery solution
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Gearbulk orders NES battery solution

Gearbulk has contracted Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to provide the battery system for a new crane to be installed onboard the general cargo vessel EMU Arrow.  Gearbulk is replacing one of the EMU Arrow’s old gantry cranes with a new and more efficient electric jib crane. Under the contract, Norwegian supplier NES will act as...

Zinus secures contract for autonomous ferry charging systems
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Zinus secures contract for autonomous ferry charging systems

Zinus has secured a new contract with Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) for the delivery of autonomous charging systems to two ferry connections in Nordland. The ferries will be operated by Fjord1 from December 1, 2022.  The autonomous charging solution by Zinus will be used for electrification of the ferry connections Bognes-Skarberget and Drag-Kjøpsvik in Nordland...

Fjord1 converts ferries to run on battery power
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Fjord1 converts ferries to run on battery power

Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1 has contracted Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to act as system integrator and deliver power control, distribution and battery systems to three ferries that will be converted from gas and diesel propulsion to zero emission battery operation. Under the contract, NES will equip the three ferries with batteries, charging systems, new generators...

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...

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...

Fjord1 ferries to be powered by Corvus energy storage systems
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Fjord1 ferries to be powered by Corvus energy storage systems

Corvus Energy has been selected by Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to supply lithium-ion battery based energy storage system (ESS) for two news all-electric ferries being built by Havyard for Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1. The two new ferries will operate on the Magerholm-Sykkylven route. Three other ferries were ordered in November 2017 for Fjord1 that will...

Electric ferries for River Thames on schedule for 2018 delivery
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Electric ferries for River Thames on schedule for 2018 delivery

Two new ferries with Norwegian electric propulsion systems are on schedule for delivery to the UK for the end of 2018. The ferries are currently being built at the Remontowa Shipbuilding, Gdansk. Norwegian Electric Systems is supplying the hybrid electric propulsion to power four high efficient thrusters to ensure flexible manoeuvrability of the vessels. The...