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11.2.

Wärtsilä and Aalto University signed a partnership agreement to broaden cooperation on challenges related to climate change, scarcity of natural resources and digitalisation.

6.3.

Wärtsilä completed the installation and operational staff training for its Vessel Traffic Service solutions project to increase efficiency of two Portuguese ports.

8.3.

Wärtsilä was contracted to supply dual technology option for Ballast Water Management Systems for Eletson’s full fleet of 23 carriers.

20.3.

Wärtsilä was contracted to supply solutions for the new state-of-the-art Wasaline ferry built in Finland, creating world class efficiency and eco-friendliness.

16.4.

Wärtsilä launched the Engine+ Hybrid Energy solution in support of storage and renewable energy adoption.

7.5.

Wärtsilä emissions reducing solutions were recognised with White Snow, Clean Air award. The award is in recognition of Wärtsilä’s solutions that reduce emissions from gas flaring at oil drilling and production sites.

20.5.

Wärtsilä and LUT University signed a research agreement on strategic power system modelling to collaborate on research for 100% renewable energy systems.

18.6.

The Leanships collaboration project with Wärtsilä and partners designed an Energy Saving Device (ESD) suitable for use by ships with Controllable Pitch Propellers (CPPs), achieving 3.5% fuel savings.

25.7.

Wärtsilä signed a 100 MW/100 MWh energy storage system project deal in South East Asia.

3.9.

The Wärtsilä 31DF engine, featuring unprecedented efficiency with fuel and operational flexibility, made entry to the energy industry.

23.9.

Wärtsilä joined “Getting to Zero 2030 Coalition”, where along with 74 organisations Wärtsilä committed to collaboration to make commercially-viable zero emission vessels a reality by 2030.

26.9.

Wärtsilä and Q Power signed a strategic cooperation agreement to support the development of renewable fuels.

7.10.

Wärtsilä power plant in Kibuye, Rwanda, using ‘killer lake’ gases, was recognised among Project Management Institute's (PMI) Top 10 Renewable Energy Projects of the last 50 years.

11.10.

Wärtsilä announced an order for hybrid upgrades saving fuel and reducing greenhouse gas emissions for two offshore supply vessels owned by the Norway-based operator Atlantic Offshore.

14.11.

Wärtsilä and PSA Marine agreed to collaborate in creation of smart technologies for the marine sector to achieve clean energy shipping.

2.12.

Wärtsilä was contracted to provide a full energy storage solution for integrating renewable energy in one of the largest power hybrid projects at the off-grid Fekola Mine in Mali.

 

 

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