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MAN Wins Order for Battery-Hybrid Dual-Fuel System

The MAN 35/44DF engine (Photo: MAN Energy Solutions)

Posted by Michelle Howard

The Damen Gorinchem Holland shipyard has ordered a hybrid-propulsion solution from MAN Energy Solutions in connection with the building of 2 × dual-fuel/hybrid RoRo ferries for Canadian outfit, Seaspan Ferries Corporation.

The order covers the provision of MAN 35/44DF dual-fuel engines, fuel gas-supply systems and the main electric systems, including batteries.

MAN Energy Solutions will provide the solutions in association with Aspin Kemp & Associates (AKA), in which it has a 40% stake. AKA specializes in power supply, energy management and drive systems for marine and industrial applications.

Similarly, MAN Energy Solutions' fuel-gas specialist, MAN Cryo, has been charged with supplying the new ferries' fuel gas-supply system. MAN

Cryo offers systems for the storage, distribution and handling of liquefied gases and was fully integrated into the company in 2015.




Jun 4, 2019

 

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