Battery giant Leclanché teams up with Kongsberg for green ships push

Madeleine Cuff
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Two firms will partner to develop hybrid and electric power systems for ships

Swiss battery maker Leclanché has announced a new partnership with Nordic marine technology company Kongsberg to jointly develop new electric and hybrid power systems for ships and boats. The two companies,...

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