Short-Sea Shipping Vessels: The Next Frontier for Hybrid Propulsion Retrofits

Short-Sea Shipping Vessels: The Next Frontier for Hybrid Propulsion Retrofits

Kjell Inge Drønen, Wärtsilä Marine, Norway

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There is growing excitement within the maritime sector regarding the benefits from operating with modern hybrid systems, combining both conventional ship engines and energy storage systems. Certain vessel segments are already incorporating hybrid propulsion into their designs, while retrofitting hybrid systems has long been possible.


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