Interview with Port of Gothenburg
The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in Scandinavia. Today, they use about 20 megawatts for the port operations but see an increased need to at least 100-150 megawatts in 10 to 15 years.
Q&A with Lisa Sarodnick, Environmental Manager, Port of Kiel.
Port of Kiel is one of the partners of the Sea Li-ion project. Below you find an insightful interview where Environmental Manager, Lisa Sarodnick from Port of Kiel tell you more about Port of Kiel’s electrification journey.
Stena Line 3/3
Are you curious about Stena Lines vision in continuing to being in the forefront of the electrification of the maritime sector and what challenges they are facing?
Master thesis – Battery Storage for Charging, Grid Support, and Island Operation in the Port of Gothenburg
Andreas Benjaminsson is currently writing his master thesis with DNV in the scope of the Sea Li-ion project. DNV is one of the partners in the EU funded project Sea Li-ion, their role is mostly focused on work package three, assessing the grid impact and exploring grid stabilizing ancillary services.
Stena Line 2/3
Traveling with electric cars, should be a priority choice and to be able to charge is a must. Are you curious about what opportunities Stena Line sees in supporting the electrification transformation of society?
Stena Line 1/3
Curious about Stena Lines major next steps for reducing their carbon emissions?
Upcoming activities of the Sea Li-ion project
Below you find some of the upcoming activities we will share before the final report.
Business case ESS Arendal
As a part of the Sea Li-ion project a workshop was conducted with the goal of creating a shared understanding of the business case for a large-scale Energy storage system (ESS) solution in combination with charging of Stena Lines electric ferry Stena Elektra.