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全球首艘零排放油轮使用Corvus电池系统

作者:   发布时间:2022年04月24日    浏览量:199   字体大小:  A+   A- 

全球首艘零排放油轮使用Corvus电池系统
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来源:Offshore Energy 2022-04-22

翻译:国际海事信息网 顾晋瑄 张运鸿
 
        总部位于挪威的船舶储能公司Corvus Energy已经为全球首艘电力驱动油轮提供电池系统。
 
        “Asahi”号这艘新船归日本航运公司Asahi Tanker所有。早在2020年,Asahi公司就订购了两艘相同的电力驱动油轮。
 
        这家挪威公司(Asahi Tanker)称道,本周早些时候,该e5型“Asahi”号油轮在日本海的码头引起了人们的强烈兴趣。
 
        Corvus公司的大容量Orca锂离子电池组为该船供能,同时该船的核心能源系统已完全电气化,实现了二氧化碳(CO2,)、氮氧化物(NOx)和硫氧化物(SOx)的零排放。
 
        去年1月,Corvus Energy公司为日本造船厂川崎重工业株式会社(Kawasaki Heavy Industries,简称KHI)选中,为这艘零排放船舶提供储能系统(energy storage system,简称EGS)。 
 
        两家日本造船厂Koa Sangyou Co和Imura Zosen KK分别负责建造一艘船,而KHI公司则是以上这两家造船厂的系统集成商。
 
        “499GT”型新造船是两艘新一代全电动油轮中的第一艘船舶,并于去年12月正式下水。
 
        与传统油轮相比,“Asahi”号产生的船舶噪声更小,船体振动更弱,且为船员提供了更多空间。
 
        该油轮将很快在东京湾投入使用。
 
        第二艘零排放电动油轮预计于2023年3月交付。
 
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World’s 1st zero-emission tanker showcases Corvus batteries
 
Norway-based energy storage company Corvus Energy has supplied batteries for the world’s first electric-powered tanker. 
 
The newbuild, named Asahi, is owned by Japanese shipping firm Asahi Tanker. Back in 2020, Asahi ordered two identical electrically-powered tankers.
 
According to the Norwegian firm, the e5 Asahi tanker generated huge interest when it was quayside at Sea Japan earlier this week.
 
The vessel is powered by large-capacity Corvus Orca lithium-ion battery and the vessel’s core energy system is completely electrified to achieve zero emissions of CO2, nitrogen oxide (NOx) and sulphur oxide (SOx).
 
In January last year, Corvus Energy was selected by Japanese shipbuilder Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) to supply the energy storage system (EGS) for the zero-emission ship. 
 
Japanese shipbuilders Koa Sangyou Co and Imura Zosen KK have been in charge of constructing one vessel each, while KHI serves as the system integrator for the duo.
 
Last December, the 499 GT newbuild was launched as the first of two next-generation all-electric tankers.
 
Compared to conventional tankers, the Asahi generates less noise and vibration and has more space for the crew.
 
The tanker will soon enter service in Tokyo Bay.
 
The second zero-emission electric-powered tanker is expected to be delivered in March 2023.

 

来源:simic