INTENS, an industry wide co-innovation project, focused on advancing and promoting the digital transformation in Finnish marine industries and beyond. The generated novel solutions can largely improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions of ship energy systems, mitigate global climate change and pave the way to the future shipping.
Deltamarin, BRS and Bureau Veritas Group have collaborated to provide effective ship performance and energy transition solutions for the world’s shipowners. The cooperation provides tools for shipowners to measure, verify and improve performance and ensures the strengths of each partner will enable shipowners to comply with new EEXI and CII regulations and financial targets.
Höegh Autoliners is accelerating its decarbonisation efforts to meet its goal of a zero emissions future. Aurora Class is a crucial step in the the company’s sustainability commitment, and Deltamarin is proud to be a part of this journey. The Aurora class will be the world’s largest PCTC and is designed for a greener future.
Deltamarin is celebrating its 30th anniversary as a pioneering design and engineering company in the marine and offshore industry. In celebration of our achievements, we have published a book on our 30-year history together with an anniversary video commemorating our journey over the years.
Deltamarin’s series of energy-efficient cargo ships reached yet another milestone as Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has entered into a contract to build a new self-unloading ship based on Deltamarin’s design. This new highly sustainable, safe and efficient ship is being built at the Chengxi Shipyard in China.
With the decarbonization of maritime industry, comes new legislation. Shipping decarbonisation is a combination of smart operations, efficient ship design and low-carbon fuels. Deltamarin’s new design tools enable to gain control of all of these pieces in the shipping decarbonisation puzzle.
With the growing importance of environmental foresight, Deltamarin, in partnership with Cargill and BAR Technologies, is seeking to be a leader for the maritime industry in climate- and environment-related issues. WindWings is a wind propulsion system designed for significant wind energy harvesting, and it can reduce a vessel’s CO2 emissions by up to 30%.
Deltamarin’s new LNG-powered Kielmax container vessel of the C.Delta series, C.Delta2100, represents the best-in-class design in terms of cargo capacity, flexibility and fuel economy. It provides a flexible platform for a whole series of designs while also being “future-proof”, considering possibilities to use alternative fuels to reduce carbon footprint or even zero-emission power production.
Deltamarin supported Flexens in its Power2AX project by conducting a ferry comparison study with the aim of investigating the substitution of diesel-fuelled ferries with hydrogen ferries in the Åland archipelago. Flexen’s unique Power2AX project focuses on demonstrating a 100% renewable energy system in the Åland Islands.
Deltamarin collaborates with Cargill and BAR Technologies to design cargo ships using BAR Technologies’ WindWings, a new technology offering a solution to improve vessel efficiency, independent of the fuel or type of engine used.