Interim report Q3 2019
The interim report for Q3 2019
has been published
Wärtsilä 31SG
A new benchmark in efficiency and overall emissions performance
Smart Energy Vision
Smart marine
Wärtsilä is a global leader in complete lifecycle
power solutions for the marine and energy markets


Smart Marine just got a little smarter

With richer data and faster connectivity, the upgraded Operim system lays the groundwork for new business...
21 November 2019
  • In Detail article

Our purpose

Wärtsilä's purpose is enabling sustainable societies with smart technology. We shape our markets by generating transformative results through collaboration, partnerships, market insight and active engagement in ecosystems.

How software and storage are powering...

Wärtsilä’s machine-learning software and advances in energy storage are changing the landscape of solar...
18 November 2019
  • Twentyfour7. article

Who is afraid of the sulphur cap?

As the IMO’s Global Sulphur Cap 2020 approaches, time is running out for marine industry players to make...
14 November 2019
  • In Detail article

New agreement opened up possibilities

The performance-based logistics agreement between Wärtsilä and Carnival has yielded business benefits...
11 November 2019
  • Twentyfour7. article

Upcoming events

Recent events


    19 - 21 November, 2019
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Europort

    05 - 08 November, 2019
    Rotterdam, Netherlands

Customer references

  • Performance-based agreement with Carnival Corporation's fleet
    Agreement optimises the lifecycle efficiency of Carnival’s fleet.

    Performance-based agreement with Carnival Corporation's fleet

  • ALTEO group, Hungary
    Electric grids are evolving rapidly, disrupted by deregulation, distributed energy resources, renewable portfolio standards, and smart grid technologies. Energy storage is uniquely positioned at the heart of this transition. One of the lesser known, though quite significant, energy technologies focuses on optimising the current thermal energy generation infrastructure. Energy storage systems (ESS) have emerged as a viable upgrade to optimise generation performance for both renewable and traditional power sources and to help energy providers increase their revenue streams.

    ALTEO group, Hungary

  • Centrica, UK
    The rapid growth in renewable energy in the UK has increased the need for flexible power to balance the electricity grid. Wärtsilä has worked closely with energy and services company Centrica to provide the changing market with flexible energy, helping tackle the issues created by intermittent renewables and supporting the transition to a low-carbon energy system.

    Centrica, UK

  • Maersk Drilling
    Nan Hai VI: Upgrading an obsolete power management system without interrupting operations.

    Maersk Drilling

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