HAV Design has developed a live fish carrier with the smallest climate and environmental footprint in the world per kilo of transported salmon. The boat is ordered by Frøy AS and will be put into operation for Cermaq after delivery.
Norwegian Electric Systems has won a contract from Green Yard Kleven to deliver energy design and smart control solution to Rem Offshore’s new ship for the offshore wind service market, which will be the first in this segment with a fully-integrated NES bridge system.
Four companies with special expertise in digitalisation, energy efficiency and zero-emission solutions in the marine and maritime industry are joining forces in HAV Group ASA.
Havyard delivered the wellboat ‘Reisa’ to Norsk Fisketransport this week. Reisa is the first vessel in the world to boast the bridge system Raven INS developed by Norwegian Electric Systems.
Geir Larsen will take over as the new Managing Director of Norwegian Electric Systems and will further develop the company’s position in energy design and smart control as part of the green shift.
The bridge solution developed by Norwegian Electric Systems, the RAVEN INS®, has now been type-approved by DNV GL in accordance with the latest standards. The integrated bridge allows for simpler and more flexible use and provides improved operational reliability and a sound platform for the future digital and green revolution at sea.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) is handing over the charging stations at Hareid and Sulesund to Norway's largest ferry company Fjord1.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) and Faroese shipowner Skansi Offshore
gaining experience with use off batteries onboard PSV vessel
Ceremonial voyage of the first hybrid ferry MV Tõll in Tallinn
In addition to many delivered ferries the last years, Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has recently completed the delivery of 5 zero emission propulsion systems to Fjord1 ferries outfitted at Havyard Ship Technology shipyard in Sogn, Norway.
Odd Gunnar Kleppe steps down as EVP / general manager
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) will deliver battery systems, integrated electrical and automation packages for the conversion of three 125-car ferries for the ferry link Halsa - Kanestraum.
Norwegian Electric Systems has signed a contract with the Estonian shipbuilder Baltic Workboats to deliver upgrade of the Diesel Electric Propulsion system onboard the ferry Tõll to battery-hybrid.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has signed a contract for the delivery of a further three equipment packages with IAS/PMS to ESVAGT, a pioneer in offshore wind.
Havyard delivered the third battery-run ferry for the Hareid–Sulesund route to Fjord1 today, and the Sulafjord is thereby ready to become a green fjord.
Odd Gunnar Kleppe overtar som administrerende direktør i Norwegian Electric Systems
Norwegian Electric Systems will deliver equipment in connection with the electrification of MF Norangsfjord and the charging station at Hollingsholmen ferry quay.
Havyard is merging its navigation, automation and power systems services into one brand: Norwegian Electric Systems.
Norwegian Electric Systems and Norwegian Control Systems have received a record order for deliveries of hybrid electric propulsion systems and control systems from bridge to propellers for Havila Kystruten. This is the world’s largest delivery of battery package to ships.
Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) is launching a new and unique integrated navigation system (INS) that will optimise operation of all types of vessels over 25 metres.
Norwegian Electric Systems and Norwegian Control System have signed a contract with the shipyard Astilleros de Murueta in Spain for the delivery of the automation system and propulsion system for Alsaker Fjordbruk’s new live fish carrier.
Today, Cemre Shipyard in Turkey launched the hull of the first of a total of five Havyard 936 battery ferries that will operate the Hareid-Sulesund and Aursnes-Magerholm services in Sunnmøre. It will now be towed to Norway for fitting out.
Havila Charisma is one of the vessels Norwegian Electric Systems has retrofitted with QUEST® hybrid technology. Havila Charisma has a long term contract with Equinor (previously Statoil) to supply Equinor`s oil platforms with food, water, equipment and fuel. Normally, these supply vessels runs on diesel, but Havila Charisma stands out at this point.
Norwegian Electric Systems is proud to announce the successful installation of our QUEST® hybrid battery storage container. The container was retrofitted to “Sjoborg”, a Platform Supply Vessel owned by Skansi from the Faroe Islands.
The ferries shall be operating across the river Thames in London
Havyard Group ASA has signed an agreement for the acquisition of the remaining 49.5% of the high-tech company Norwegian Electric Systems, which means that the company is now fully owned by Havyard Group ASA.
QUEST® Energy storage will secure extra power when needed and will make the vessel more environmental friendly.
THE EARTH NEEDS GREEN SOLUTIONS MORE THAN EVER! The maritime industry has many demands and regulations from the government, which can be considered both negative and positive. How will the industry be affected by the regulations? How can we handle these demands?
Norwegian Electric Systems AS is pleased to announce that it has achieved the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) shall deliver five complete automation systems including their Concept Bridge solution, combined with a large electro engineering package for Fjord1`s new ferries. The contract value is approx. 21 MNOK. This means Norwegian Control Systems shall now deliver automation systems to nine Fjord1 ferries in total, which are to be built in Norwegian yards.
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Norwegian Yacht Voyages (NYV) has chosen Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) as their partner to design the electric DC system onboard their four ultra-luxury expedition mega-yachts. These mega-yachts will be the first true hybrid vessels entering into the expedition segment of the cruise industry.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has signed a contract with Havila for two new Quest®-2 Energy Storage Systems.