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.
Two of Norsepower’s largest 35m tall Rotor Sails to be retrofitted onto Ro-Ro operating in the North Sea are predicted to reduce emissions by an estimated 25%
Large 30m tall Rotor Sail, fitted in the port of Rostock overnight, will reduce emissions by an estimated 4-5%
Norsepower announced the completion of a joint development project with SWS for developing an energy-efficient dual-fuel VLCC design that has gained AiP from Lloyds Register and ABS.
Norsepower Oy Ltd. has announced a service cooperation agreement with Wärtsilä – a global leader in smart technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy market.
Norsepower Oy Ltd. data verified auxiliary renewable wind energy propulsion systems today announced that OGCI Climate Investments has led an €8 million investment round in Norsepower, along with current investors, to accelerate Norsepower’s growth on global markets.
Scandlines drives investment in wind propulsion technology onboard the M/V Copenhagen reducing further carbon emissions.