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Artemis, Tuco Marine Sign Joint Venture

Posted by Michelle Howard

Artemis Technologies has announced a joint venture with Denmark's Tuco Marine Group to produce the world's first zero emissions workboat.

Artemis Technologies will collaborate with Tuco Marine Group to integrate its new electric eFoiler propulsion system into an 11m carbon fiber vessel.

This will serve as a demonstrator vessel as proof of concept for the innovative technology that will be marketed to the marine trade by Artemis Technologies and Tuco Marine Group, which supplies the ProZero high performance Workboat range.

The hydrofoils and propulsion system for the proof of concept vessel will be manufactured and assembled in Belfast Harbour, following a multi million pound investment in the project.

Dec 10, 2019

 

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