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Wärtsilä Energy - Nette Lehtinen - Without balancing technologies, renewables won’t decarbonise the energy sector
24 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Without balancing technologies, renewables won’t decarbonise the energy sector

We need more renewables, but their intermittency won't provide...
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...
16 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Maritime professionals agree that digital transformation is a good thing. So, what’s standing in the way?

Voyaging on turbulent waters far from...
Man inspecting a Wartsila engine
16 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Want to cut costs and extend CII compliance? The top 4 ways good maintenance practices can help

Maintenance might seem like a ‘necessary evil’, a...
game, gaming, gamers, console
11 JAN 2023 Article
5 min read

Games that make us better

We all enjoy playing games; thriving on that sense of accomplishment and, on occasion, beating our opponents. What if we...
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...
Wärtsilä Energy - Insights COP-27
4 JAN 2023 Article
4 min read

COP27: Progress and Challenges in the Energy Transition

The Conference of Parties (COP) is the global meeting point where leaders and countries work...
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.
Wärtsilä celebrates silver service in Argentina
22 DEC 2022 Article
3 min read

Wärtsilä celebrates silver service in Argentina

Wärtsilä has come a long way in the quarter century since it signed its first operations and...
Ship, dark waters
21 DEC 2022 Article
5 min read

From mustard to semiconductors, climate change is transforming the global supply chain

Climate change is disrupting the global supply chain,...
20 DEC 2022 Article
4 min read

What your peers were reading – the top five articles in 2022

Want to see which articles your peers were reading this year? Catch up with 5 most-read...
15 DEC 2022 Article
6 min read

Smart decarbonisation: Top 8 ways that ferry operators can do it profitably

From flexible engines and electrification to hybridisation and future...
15 DEC 2022 Article
6 min read

Future-proof solutions for decarbonising power generation in mining operations

The mining industry is looking for ways to improve the carbon...
14 DEC 2022 Article
4 min read

IMO: Digitalisation and regulatory framework of data sharing in the maritime industry

In an exclusive interview to Wärtsilä, Natasha Brown, Head,...
7 DEC 2022 Article
4 min read

Maritime and data: Seven predictions for the year ahead

Complexity and upheaval will continue to test shipping in 2023, but efforts to advance...
worker, shipyard
7 DEC 2022 Article
6 min read

Save jobs, save the economy

As the world gears up for a possible recession, experts argue saving jobs is critical to helping safeguard the economy....
Wartsila at Slush 2022
2 DEC 2022 Article
7 min read

Wärtsilä at Slush: looking for partners to solve the most complex challenges in the energy transition

Slush, the world’s leading start-up event, saw...
30 NOV 2022 Article
5 min read

Salt and silicon: Integrating the old and new to optimise shipping

As shipping brings new solutions to bear on its challenges, some long-held...
rice field, man working, asia
30 NOV 2022 Article
8 min read

Maladaptation – when our response to climate change goes wrong

Most of the world accepts the need to combat climate change, but not all attempts to...
29 NOV 2022 Article
6 min read

Maritime regulations and opportunities in 2023 – your keys to success

Get expert advice on 2023 maritime regulations and learn why upgrading to...
Power-to-X-to-Power will pave the way to decarbonisation in Finland’s top energy cluster Vaasa
29 NOV 2022 Article
6 min read

Power-to-X-to-Power will pave the way to decarbonisation in Finland’s top energy cluster Vaasa

In just a few years, residents and businesses in...
Carbon tech, Carbon, CO2, illustration
23 NOV 2022 Article
4 min read

Is carbon tech the key to a brighter future?

Atmospheric carbon is a valuable natural resource. Companies understand that and are now capturing and...
22 NOV 2022 Article
6 min read

No more mysteries about marine biofuels – your top six questions answered

Biofuels are an interesting alternative for the marine industry. What are...
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21 NOV 2022 Article
12 min read

Stepping up to decarbonise the maritime industry

Wärtsilä is leading the way in maritime decarbonisation, providing shipping companies with...
Cyber Talks event 24 October 2022 group picture
16 NOV 2022 Article
5 min read

Cyber security, chili pepper and collaboration – Exploring the cyber landscape together

Our first Cyber Talks event brought together seven...
15 NOV 2022 Article
6 min read

Bring in the Energy

Examination of the development of water glycol heated regasification systems for use on FSRUs and offshore jetties.
Wärtsilä Insights - US Inflations Reduction act 2022
14 NOV 2022 Article
4 min read

The US Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 has set a new benchmark for clean energy deployment

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 is the most...
Glacier, woman, woman in nature
11 NOV 2022 Article
5 min read

Decoding natural and human-induced climate change

Climate change causes disastrous events around the world. But is there a risk that climate change...