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October 2021

Scandlines prepares sister ferry M/V Berlin for installation of Norsepower Rotor Sail

Following the successful installation of the Norsepower Rotor Sail on the hybrid ferry M/V Copenhagen in 2020, and a year of demonstrated results, Scandlines has prepared the sister ferry M/V Berlin for its own Rotor Sail installation. The hybrid ferry, M/V Berlin, also operates on the Rostock-Gedser route but, unlike M/V Copenhagen, is flagged by...

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Setting sail onboard Sea Cargo’s SC Connector: Experiencing efficiency and sustainability in action

In September 2021, Norsepower CEO, Tuomas Riski travelled to the Port of Rotterdam to take a trip onboard Sea-Cargo AS’s SC Connector. Since the retrofit installation of our Rotor Sails, the SC Connector is now Norway’s largest sailing vessel. The sails are 35 metres tall and 5 metres wide cylinders. The vessel’s total air draft...

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Norsepower presents evidence of the Rotor Sail’s effectiveness at Royal Institution of Naval Architect conference during LISW 2021

Reducing emissions and offsetting the cost of higher priced alternative fuels dominated conversations throughout London International Shipping Week 2021. Jukka Kuuskoski, CSO of Norsepower Ltd contributed to these discussions at the Royal Institution of Naval Architects’ conference by presenting evidence of how Rotor Sails can form part of the solution. The global shipping community faces enormous...

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