Electric ferry to set sail in Denmark

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The Ellen e-ferry carries the largest battery pack ever installed on a seafaring vessel
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The Ellen e-ferry carries the largest battery pack ever installed on a seafaring vessel

The Ellen E-ferry will be the first electric ferry to have no back-up generator on board

The world's most powerful electric ferry harbouring the largest battery pack ever installed in a seafaring vessel is primed to begin transporting passengers, operator Ærø Kommune announced today. The...

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