Case Study: Onboard Ship Energy Storage System by Nidec ASI

LinkedIn
Twitter
Reddit
Facebook
Email

The challenge here is to improve the energy efficiency for Eidesvik’s fleet of vessels Eidesvik Offshore is a Norwegian ship company that specializes in offshore logistics, seismic and underwater operations. With two dozen ships in its fleet, the environmentally sensitive company has a keen interest in finding ways to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and maintenance costs.

Document Access

Read Next

October 3, 2022
Wisconsin utility Alliant Energy has announced plans to deploy two projects totalling 175MW/700MWh of battery energy storage in the midwestern state.
October 3, 2022
A prototype system that can test and sort used battery cells for second life applications has been developed by four companies in the UK in a government-funded initiative.
October 3, 2022
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has seen its net asset value increase by 53.5% to £785 million (US$879 million).
October 3, 2022
Zinc bromide battery startup Gelion has started up manufacturing operations in Australia which lean on existing production techniques for lead-acid batteries.
October 3, 2022
Energy-Storage.news proudly presents our webinar with CSA Group on the impact of updates to the UL 1973 standard for ESS safety.

Most Popular

Email Newsletter

Resource Access