Wärtsilä contracted to enhance performance and environmental efficiency of a Mexican Flexicycle power plant.
At the Finnish Sports Gala, Wärtsilä and the Finnish organisation Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) present a special Sports Philanthropist award to Wilson Kipketer.
Wärtsilä launches a new ferry concept utilising batteries for power featuring zero or near zero local emissions.
Wärtsilä design chosen to enable environmentally sustainable krill fishing in Antarctic waters.
Wärtsilä 20DF engine attains a milestone 100 deliveries.
Wärtsilä and Cavotec initiate a co-operative effort to increase safety by developing the world’s first combined wireless charging and mooring concept.
Wärtsilä's Sustainability Report 2015 published as a part of the company's Annual Report.
Wärtsilä's Ballast Water Management System chosen for the first time for installation in a newbuild crane ship.
Wärtsilä dual-fuel engines ordered to power 16 Japanese gas carriers.
Wärtsilä introduces Lifecycle solutions: an innovative, comprehensive offering that optimises the efficiency and performance of marine and offshore customers’ assets.
Global Wärtsilä Safety Day 2016 with the theme 'Safe by Choice'.
Wärtsilä contracted to supply a Smart Power Generation propane fuelled power plant to Honduras.
Wärtsilä to deliver the Nordic countries’ largest biogas plant to provide fuel for buses.
Wärtsilä to deliver complete gas solutions for converting two Canadian RoPax ferries to LNG operation.
The Wärtsilä 31 engine wins the European Marine Engineering Conference’s Marine Engines Award.
Wärtsilä enters the solar energy business by offering utility-scale solar photo-voltaic (PV) solutions.
Wärtsilä contracted to power the UK's first dual-fuel newbuild vessels.
Wärtsilä participates in a shipping industry project to develop a concept for equipping future dry bulk carrier vessels with LNG propulsion.
The world's largest cruise ship, the Harmony of the Seas, featuring Wärtsilä hybrid scrubber systems, is delivered from the yard.
Wärtsilä donates an 8-cylinder Wärtsilä 20 engine to the Technology Department at Texas A&M University at Galveston.
Design and technical aspects of the world’s first LNG-powered icebreaker Polaris presented at CIMAC, the International Council on Combustion Engines.
Wärtsilä to help in reducing lifecycle costs by providing an environmental seal system to a hydro plant in Nebraska, USA.
Wärtsilä enhances its digital offering by acquiring Eniram, a Finland-based technology company providing the marine industry with energy management and analytics solutions.
Wärtsilä participates in the SEA/LNG coalition with other leading marine players to promote LNG as a marine fuel.
Renewed Wärtsilä Code of Conduct e-learning course launched for all employees.
The Great Place to Work® Institute elects Wärtsilä Brazil as one of the best companies to work for in Rio de Janeiro.
2 million work hours without lost time injuries is achieved at the Musandam power plant in Oman.
Wärtsilä and Gasum sign a co-operation agreement aimed at developing future LNG markets.
Wärtsilä is contracted to supply a new LNG satellite terminal in Raahe, Finland.
Wärtsilä donates EUR 1.3 million to Finnish universities.
Wärtsilä included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Wärtsilä contracted to supply a 225 MW Smart Power Generation plant to the City of Denton, USA, thus helping the city to integrate renewable energy into its energy system.
The world´s first LNG-powered icebreaker Polaris delivered to customer, featuring Wärtsilä dual-fuel engines.
Wärtsilä donates a rainwater collection system to a primary school in South-Sudan through Finn Church Aid.
Wärtsilä contracted to power the Mediterranean's first LNG-powered eco-efficient passenger ferry.
Wärtsilä signs up to the IMO's initiative to support emission reduction efforts in the shipping industry.
Wärtsilä selected to the Ethibel PIONEER Investment Register.
Seals & Bearings Sweden goes over 1.000 days without lost-time injuries.
The Wärtsilä Sternguard In-Water Serviceable Seal triumphs at the Seatrade Maritime and Ship Efficiency Award ceremonies.
Wärtsilä and IDRO sign co-operation agreement to develop power generation in Iran.
Wärtsilä contracted to supply a 101 MW Smart Power Generation plant to Argentina.
Wärtsilä complements its range of environmental solutions by offering dry waste treatment for cruise ships.
Wärtsilä included in the Euronext Vigeo index Eurozone 120.
Wärtsilä contracted to supply Germany with groundbreaking biohybrid plant to produce both bioLNG and LNG.