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Sustainability highlights


“Leader in safety, leader in business” – Wärtsilä’s Board of Management kicked off the new ZeroMindset leaders' occupational safety engagement programme.


Wärtsilä joins Seabin Project in the battle against ocean plastics.


Wärtsilä contracted to supply its first ever gas-fired power plant to China.


Wärtsilä contracted to supply a solar PV plant to Burkina Faso – creating Africa’s largest engine-solar PV hybrid power plant.


Wärtsilä acquires Greensmith Energy Management Systems Inc. enabling Wärtsilä to expand its footprint in the energy storage market and position itself as a leading global energy systems integrator.


A new era of technological evolution arrives with the first order for the Wärtsilä HY, a hybrid power module that combines engines, an energy storage system, and power electronics.


Wärtsilä introduces its Eniram SkyLight 2.0 monitoring & predictive analysis system update. The Eniram SkyLight 2.0 adds nautical maps, weather layers, and route importation to make predictive analysis and proactive planning more available. The updated system can visualise a vessel's route from economic, environmental, and safety perspectives.


Wärtsilä joins the Global Industry Alliance, a new public-private partnership initiative of the IMO, which aims to bring together maritime industry leaders to support an energy efficient and low carbon maritime transport system.


Wärtsilä will enhance the reliability of the world’s largest offshore wind farm in the North Sea. Wärtsilä low voltage switchboards will be installed for the world's first offshore reactive compensation station. The reactive compensation station enables the high voltage AC system to work with cable lengths longer than those previously used for offshore wind applications.


Wärtsilä included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI).


Wärtsilä partners with AW-Energy to add wave power generation to its capabilities as an energy system integrator.


Wireless charging of a hybrid coastal ferry successfully tested.


Wärtsilä to build an energy storage system for Singapore’s Energy Market Authority and SP Group. Energy storage capacity will support Singapore’s use of solar power by providing energy reserves and reducing peak demand. It will also assist in evaluating the performance of ESS technologies in the country’s hot and humid climate, its impact on the electricity grid, and to establish future guidelines for ESS deployments.


Wärtsilä combines competences to ensure ultra-silent propulsion for a research vessel.


Introduction of the Wärtsilä 31SG engine raises simple-cycle efficiency to an entirely new level.


Wärtsilä Voyage Emissions Reduction (VER) system saves oil tanker cargo losses, fuel costs, and the environment. The system effectively eliminates the problem of evaporated cargo and resulting volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from tankers during laden voyages. The VER system reduces VOC emissions by up to 75 percent.


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