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Partnerships and project involvement

Wärtsilä’s vision is a de-fossilising future based on increasing digitalisation and connectivity, which we call the Smart Marine Ecosystem. It focuses on connecting all agents and parties in the shipping industry to create the needed transparency and dynamics to optimise the complete logistics chain. In this vision, shared capacity will improve fill rates and reduce unit costs while big-data analytics optimise both operations and energy management. To do so collaboration and knowledge sharing with customers, suppliers and partners is key.
  

    ZEEDS


    ZEEDS

    Launched in 2019, the ZEEDS (Zero Emission Energy Distribution at Sea) initiative envisions a series of offshore platforms to make zero emissions fuels available to the shipping industry. In just one year, the founding partners have formed a solid collaboration, and built a highly efficient culture of innovation based on transparent cooperation and mutual trust.

    More info on zeedsinitiative.com

    SEATECH


    SEATECH

    The technology group Wärtsilä, together with a consortium of six other industry and academic partners, has been awarded EU funding for a major project aimed at reducing fuel consumption and lowering emission levels for shipping. The SeaTech project consortium has been formed to develop two symbiotic ship engine and propulsion innovations that when combined, could lead to a 30 percent reduction in fuel consumption.

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    Zero Emission Services


    ZERO EMISSION SERVICES

    ZES is introducing a new energy system for making inland shipping more sustainable. This will be realized with emission-free navigation infrastructure that is accessible to everyone. Clean, climate-neutral and ready to compete with fossil fuels. ZES offers a complete range of products and services, based on interchangeable battery containers charged with renewable power, charging stations, technical support and an innovative payment concept for ship owners.

    Read more at ZeroEmissionServives.nl


        
    H2OCEAN


    H2OCEAN

    STATUS: JUST INITIATED Project is gathering several Marine industry players altogether such as Repsol / Murueta / Port Bilbao / Sener / Tecnalia / Ingeteam and Wärtsilä. Hydrogen as future energy vector for the Marine industry in order to reach IMO 2050 decarbonisation targets. The project will include the creation of a system environment for the H2 production, map of the consumers, up to a living lab represented by floating barge/s pushed by zero emission technology tugs sailing on Bilbao river.

    INTELLITUG


    INTELLITUG

    The first project to be co-produced at the Wärtsilä Acceleration Centre is the Wärtsilä IntelliTug. By partnering with PSA Marine and MPA, Wärtsilä has embarked on a venture to enhance the capabilities of the harbour tug.

    With more than 90,000 towage jobs in each year, the PSA Marine tug operations are an important lifeline for Singapore. To meet the demands of the evolving port, the collective is collaborating to bring to life a smarter tug that will perform a range of routine missions designed to further improve tug safety and efficiencies, while reducing operator workload and pressures in one of the world’s most demanding harbour environments.

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    The fuel cell project


    THE FUEL CELL PROJECT CURRENTLY UNDERWAY IN NORWAY

    Wärtsilä is committed to researching the use of future carbon-neutral fuels for viable use in marine engines, and is active in investigating alternative means for eliminating emissions, including the use of fuel cells. The main partners in the project are Odfjell, a major shipping operator, Prototech, a specialist company in fuel cell technology, and Lundin, a leading offshore oil & gas company.

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    Wartsila selects Shell as test oil partner for factory testing


    WÄRTSILÄ SELECTS SHELL AS TEST OIL PARTNER FOR FACTORY TESTING

    Shell was selected because of its complete range of market leading lubricant oils for stationary engines running on gas, heavy fuel oil, gasoil, or liquid biofuel. Recognising that the engines are meticulously engineered and knowing the high quality of the production process, Shell’s lubricants will help ensure that the equipment is well protected and able to perform optimally.

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    EU-project ShipFC


    EU-PROJECT SHIPFC - GREEN AMMONIA ENERGY SYSTEM

    The project will see an offshore vessel, Viking Energy, which is owned and operated by Eidesvik and on contract to energy major Equinor, have a large 2MW ammonia fuel cell retrofitted, allowing it to sail solely on the clean fuel for up to 3,000 hours annually. The goal of the project is also to ensure that a large fuel cell can deliver total electric power to shipboards systems safely and effectively.     

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    Testing green ammonia in an combustion engine


    DEMO2000 PROJECT - TESTING GREEN AMMONIA IN AN COMBUSTION ENGINE

    This DEMO 2000 project is another steppingstone for reaching our ambitious climate targets and it is also aligned with our recently published hydrogen strategy.  We need to develop and use new technologies that reduce emissions. We are very happy to support development work that can lead to increased use of ammonia as a fuel in shipping and in the offshore sector.

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    The Nordic Green Ammonia Powered Ships (NoGAPS)


    THE NORDIC GREEN AMMONIA POWERED SHIPS (NOGAPS)

    The Nordic Green Ammonia Powered Ships (NoGAPS) project will pave the way for the first ammonia-powered vessel. As a first step, the project will develop a proof of concept on how the barriers to the adoption of ammonia as a zero emission maritime fuel can be overcome, focusing on safety and efficiency, sustainable and steady fuel supply chains, as well as commercial viability.

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    The Nordic Green Ammonia Powered Ships (NoGAPS)


    WÄRTSILÄ AND GRIEG TO BUILD GROUNDBREAKING GREEN AMMONIA TANKER

    The MS Green Ammonia project is the result of a Nordic industrial collaboration group founded from the Zeeds (Zero Emissions Energy Distribution at Sea) initiative. Pilot-E, the Norwegian funding scheme will support the project with a NOK 46,3 million (EUR 4.4million) grant.

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    THE SEABIN PROJECT

    The Seabin Project was created by enterprising Australians to help address the huge global environmental challenge that plastic and other waste is causing to the oceans of the world. In 2017, Wärtsilä signed up – as the first big industrial company – to partner with the project.

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