Siemens is building Germany’s largest shore power system that will supply green electricity to two ships simultaneously for the first time at the Port of Kiel.
The Siharbor solution will provide “certified eco power” to the ships at the Port, which is the point of departure for cruises and has ferry connections to the Baltic states and Scandinavia.
It is expected to go into test operation within the 2020 cruise ship season and help reduce annual carbon emissions by more than 8,000 tons.
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