Ørsted orders 'UK's first' battery-hybrid crew ships to serve Hornsea offshore wind farm

Michael Holder
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Crew transfer vessels will be able to operate in either battery electric mode, or with assistance from diesel fuel

Ørsted has placed an order for two of the UK's first hybrid crew transfer boats, in a move that will see vessels powered by both batteries and diesel used to maintain and operate the world's largest offshore...

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