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WinGD’s X92-B engine has successfully passed its upgrade Type Approval Test (TAT)

eblue_economy_WinGD’s most powerful engine passes upgrade Type Approval Test

WinGD’s X92-B engine, the biggest and most powerful two-stroke engine, has successfully passed its upgrade Type Approval Test (TAT) at engine builder HHI-EMD in Korea. Eight major classification societies were in attendance.The upgrade TAT addressed the increased firing pressure now available with the X92-B, providing further improvements to overall efficiency. …

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Cooperation of Wärtsilä and Aalto University expanding – aiming for sustainable future solutions

eBlue_economy_Cooperation of Wärtsilä and Aalto University expanding – aiming for sustainable future solutions

Wärtsilä and Aalto University have signed a new three-year partnership contract. The agreement covers three themes: research and insight, business development, and talent, recruitment, and educational collaboration. The long-term research cooperation in fossil-free fuels and their combustion phenomena continues, but the aim is to expand cooperation also to other fields …

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Lloyd’s Register and partners launch green corridor cluster

eBlue_economy_launch green corridor cluster

A diverse group of organizations will work together to accelerate the maritime decarbonization push. Lloyd’s Register (LR) Maritime Decarbonisation Hub and its partners have formed ‘The Silk Alliance’ for the development of a Green Corridor Cluster. This green corridor project will start with intra-Asia container trade. The hub is collaborating …

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Wärtsilä : Sharks on the brink

eBlue_economy_ Sharks on the brink

Climate change is threatening the survival of sharks. And not only are they in danger, but their disappearance could have massive implications for the stability of ocean ecosystems. Ocean ecosystems rely on sharks to keep the populations of other species in check. Toby Daly-Engel, an assistant professor of Ocean Engineering …

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