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Setting a course towards electromobility at sea

When the offshore support- and crew-transfer operator MHO-Co wanted to meet the growing demand for sustainable transportation between shore and wind farms, they chose an advanced hybrid-electric solution from Volvo Penta and Danfoss Editron.

Two hybrid crew transfer vessels – MHO Asgard and MHO Apollo – from Volvo Penta and Danfoss Editron deliver increased energy efficiency and save up to 127 metric tons of CO2 over each vessel’s working life, compared to traditional diesel-powered vessels. Success on the ocean has forever depended on experience and innovation – two key elements in the partnership between Volvo Penta and Danfoss Editron. Together, setting a course towards electromobility at sea. 

For a virtual tour of the MHO Asgard visit: MHO Asgard (matterport.com)

Exhibitor; Volvo Penta
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