Large 30m tall Rotor Sail, fitted in the port of Rostock overnight, will reduce emissions by an estimated 4-5%
Scandlines drives investment in wind propulsion technology onboard the M/V Copenhagen reducing further carbon emissions.
Scandlines’ second new hybrid ferry for the Rostock-Gedser route, M/V Copenhagen, will carry passengers for the first time when it departs from Gedser.
Corvus Energy ESS powers newly named Scandlines M/V Copenhagen – the latest addition to the world’s largest fleet of hybrid ferries.
Watch the naming ceremony of the second of Scandlines’ two new hybrid ferries for the Rostock-Gedser route was named M/V Copenhagen.
Scandlines has christened their newest hybrid ferry, the M/V Berlin. As part of Scandlines’ ambitious environmental strategy, the new hybrid ferry will join the world’s largest fleet of hybrid ferries, utilizing a low emission and fuel saving diesel electric hybrid propulsion system powered by a Corvus Energy ESS (Energy Storage System).
Scandlines is expected to be awarded EUR 6.3 million from EU for the installation of scrubbers and hybrid system on the two new vessels for the crossing between Rostock-Gedser and for environmentally friendly infrastructure in both port facilities.environmentally friendly infrastructure in both port facilities.