• Debunking maritime myths
    Debunking Maritime Myths of Digital Transformation

    Our study explores attitudes to digital transformation among maritime professionals.

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    Pathways for Africa's energy future - a new report

    Africa has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to leapfrog to a renewable and reliable energy future, and increase energy access across the continent.

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  • The Route to profitable Decarbonisation

    Practical insights and guidance for the ferry industry

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  • Smart marine
    Our purpose:

    Enabling sustainable societies through innovation in technology and services

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24 JAN 2023 Podcast
28 min listen

Why should we invest in the blue economy?

The oceans are the world’s largest carbon sink and our biggest hope in the fight against climate change....
clouds, rainforest, recycle
18 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Could carbon removal scale up to be as big as oil and gas?

The time has come for a more direct approach to climate change, one where carbon capture...
10 JAN 2023 Article
4 min read

How to get vessel uptime, fuel savings or reduced emissions – guaranteed

Looking for guarantees on uptime, fuel savings or lower emissions? An...
city, dry earth, green city
4 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

COP27: The long road ahead

COP27 may not go down in history as a path-breaking event on increased climate commitments. But it certainly will be...
Floating house, ocean
2 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Floating ideas to solve the global housing crisis

Land shortages, rising sea levels, and extreme weather are making it harder for some communities...
Anja Frada - Wärtsilä Energy
29 DEC 2022 Article
3 min read

Starting 2023 on the right foot

Anja Frada takes a look at how the world’s energy systems evolved in 2022 and what we can look forward to in 2023.
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About Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä is a global leader in innovative technologies and lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. We emphasise innovation in sustainable technology and services to help our customers continuously improve their environmental and economic performance.

Our purpose

References

  • Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

    Thanks to Wärtsilä’s intimate knowledge of the engines and deep engineering expertise, the Borealis and Bolette liners are now Tier II compliant and ship-shape for voyages among the breath-taking scenery of the Norwegian fjords.

    Fred Olsen Cruise Lines reference
  • GIGA Buffalo, The Netherlands

    Wärtsilä is supplying GIGA Storage BV with a 25 MW / 48 MWh energy storage system, the largest energy storage system in the Netherlands to date, that will optimise the power system, regulate energy frequency and reliability on the grid, and improve revenues.

    Giga Buffalo
  • Maersk Resolute

    Maersk Drilling chose Wärtsilä to install NOx reducers and upgrade the UNIC engine control system on one of its jack-up rigs to meet an exacting set of environmental standards.

    Maersk Resolute reference
  • AGL Energy Limited, Australia Barker Inlet Power Station

    With plenty of wind and sun, South Australia has become a forerunner in renewable energy. A high share of renewables needs, however, to be balanced by flexible power generation. To improve its energy reliability, AGL Energy Limited, one of Australia’s leading integrated energy companies, turned to Wärtsilä for dispatchable power.

    AGL Energy Limited, Australia Barker Inlet Power Station
  • Stena Germanica

    Stena Germanica is the first ship in the world to run on methanol as a marine fuel. Switching to methanol has cut the Stena Germanica’s NOX emissions by 60%, SOX emissions by 99% and particulate emissions by 90%.

    Stena Germanica reference