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Finland will have its first electric ferry
Finland will have its first electric ferry

Finland will have its first electric ferry

From summer 2017 will cross a line of 1.6 kilometers with limit for 90 vehicles. Finland has dispatched its first electric transport whose propulsion is given by Siemens and enhance transportation options between Nauvo Parainen and in the Turku archipelago.

For the European Union to have a productive transport is essential for the success of the entire continents and its areas. Furthermore, cargo transport is one of the fundamental driver of CO2 emissions worldwide via sea, air or land. In this manner, it is goods news that has dispatched the first shuttle battery Finland.

They Wanted ‘new transport models equipped for transporting you to your destination utilizing higher burden volumes modes (or mix of modes) more efficient and sustainable‘, says EU, and there are now a few activities. The first was a year ago in Norway with the principal electric ship for vehicles and travelers on the planet.

It has now been its neighbor Finland who conferred this most naturally inviting choice. Siemens will be in charge of giving a complete answer for the principal car ferry from Finland fueled by batteries incorporated electric engines.

This new ecological transport enhance transportation alternatives between Nauvo Parainen and in the Turku archipelago. Will be around 90 meters in length by 16 meters wide and will convey up to 90 vehicles. It will begin working line 1.6 km from the late spring of 2017.

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The electric ship will be equipped with electric enginyes BlueDrive PLUSC Siemens. It incorporates a energy storage system, recurrence converters and engines for the propellers and a integrated monitoring system.

Finland will have its first electric ferry

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