Norsepower’s auxiliary wind propulsion system cuts fuel consumption in vessels and helps the shipping industry become more sustainable. With financing from Nefco, the company seeks growth in Asian markets.
New agreement between cleantech and maritime software leaders will use voyage optimisation tools to help wind-assisted vessels in their voyage planning to boost fuel savings and emissions reductions
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, Norsepower Oy Ltd.
Group of leading maritime companies calls for the industry, IMO, and EU to give greater priority to energy efficiency and renewable propulsion technologies.
New-build bulker utilises wind propulsion to maximise reduction of carbon emissions by up to 3,400 tons of CO2 per year
Two 35m tall Rotor Sails are estimated to reduce fuel consumption, fuel costs, and emissions by as much as 25%
Norsepower Oy Ltd., the leading global provider of auxiliary wind propulsion systems, received its first newbuild order – for the installation of a record five tilting Rotor Sails onboard a large bulk carrier.
Norsepower Oy Ltd. announced that independent test results showed that Norsepower’s Rotor Sail technology has great potential to deliver savings on the Viking Line-owned and operated M/S Viking Grace.
Norsepower Oy Ltd., announced that its innovative Rotor Sail Solution has received the first-ever type approval design certificate granted to an auxiliary wind propulsion system onboard a commercial ship.