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Zinus to Supply Shore Charging Systems for Seaspan Ferries

Apr 24, 2023

Norway-based Zinus announced it has secured a contract to supply shore power technology and autonomous solutions for Canada's Seaspan Ferries. Seaspan Ferries serves the Vancouver Island supply chain and with a commercial ferry service. The…

Alternative Maritime Power Solutions Key to Greener Ports

Apr 20, 2023

Alternative maritime power solutions are key to greener ports as the regulatory landscape increasingly favors shore power capabilities, according to a recently published whitepaper from maritime equipment manufacturer ERMA FIRST.The new whitepaper…

First Vessel Plugs In at Terminal 5 in Seattle

Apr 12, 2023

The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s Terminal 5 has welcomed MSC Brunella as the first vessel to plug in to the terminal’s new shore power infrastructure.Terminal 5 is the first international container terminal in the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) gateway with shore power capability…

Power Play: Innovative Mobile Device Connects Vessels to Shoreside Electricity

Apr 05, 2023

Mobile Cable Positioning Devices can quickly accommodate vessels of many sizes and shapes, making shore power available almost immediately, a boon to the industry’s ambitious decarbonization goalsOne of the keys to reaching Cruise Lines International…

PortMiami to Get World’s Largest Shore Power System

Feb 16, 2023

The world's top passenger port is installing a network shore power systems for cruise ships that, once completed, will be the largest of its kind globally.PowerCon said it has been tapped as a subcontractor to deliver five systems that will…

Port Everglades Completes Shore Power Master Plan for Cruise Terminals

Feb 06, 2023

Florida's Port Everglades recently completed a study to add shore power to the Port's eight cruise terminals and has taken delivery of the final report. The study was performed by Moffatt & Nichol, a global infrastructure advisory firm working in cooperation with Florida Power & Light (FPL)…

First Cruise Ships Tap Shore Power at Port of San Diego

Jan 20, 2023

On January 13, two cruise ships plugged into the newly completed shore power expansion at the Port of San Diego cruise ship terminal for the first time – a doubling of the previous capacity.The Disney Wonder and the Insignia were able to simultaneously…

In a First, Scottish Port Set to Offer Shore Power for Offshore Vessels

Dec 09, 2022

Montrose Port Authority says the port is set to become the first Scottish port to provide shore power infrastructure to the energy sector.To enable shore power to offshore energy industry vessels, the port has partnered with with Plug Shore Power Ltd in a 50/50 joint venture…

Corvus Containerized ESS Will Charge Crowley's eWolf Electric Tug

Dec 01, 2022

Corvus Energy on Thursday announced it will supply shoreside battery energy storage systems (ESS) for Crowley's eWolf, the first zero-emission, all-electric tugboat being built for operations in the U.S.The system will consist of two Corvus…

Furetank Gets Grant Funding for Shore Power Setup

Nov 29, 2022

Furetank has been granted state and EU climate investment support for installing shore power connection on a tanker currently in production.The funding will be provided by Klimatklivet, an initiative by the The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and NextGenerationEU…

Crowley Tugs to Use Shore Power at Port of Lake Charles

Oct 27, 2022

Crowley said its Ocean Class tugboats are now equipped to connect to shore power at the Port of Lake Charles in Louisiana.Shore power infrastructure from Entergy Services, Inc. will allow Crowley's vessels to connect to electricity when not in service instead of running on diesel-fueled generators…

Port of Barcelona Inks Shore Power Deal with PowerCon

Oct 25, 2022

The Port of Barcelona and Denmark's PowerCon A/S have started building the pilot project to provide electrical power to ships at the BEST terminal. The company has been awarded the contract for this project, which is part of Phase Zero of the…

Cavotec Unveils Ultra-fast Megawatt Charging System

Oct 25, 2022

Cleantech engineering company Cavotec this week unveiled its ultra-fast Megawatt Charging System (MCS), a turnkey DC charging solution with grid-to-inlet functionality, capable of providing up to 3MW of power from a single connector to support the decarbonization of vessels and industrial vehicles…

Unique Ship-to-shore Power System Helps Accelerate Decarbonization Efforts in Maritime Sector

Oct 19, 2022

Innovative electrical substation design is at heart of cold-ironing system that allows cruise ships to shut down and plug into shore-side power and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions at ports.In 2018, the UN International Maritime…

Port of Barcelona Sets Up Shore Power Working Group

Sep 15, 2022

The Port of Barcelona said it has created a working group including cruise companies and terminals in order to accelerate plans to establish shore power connections for cruise ships docked in the Spanish seaport, in an effort to reduce vessel emissions…

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