On Wednesday 13 September, PortLiner signed a contract with the Port of Rotterdam Authority for the berth of the charging and storage pontoon that PortLiner is preparing. This is a pontoon where electrolyte will be charged with electricity to supply power to electric...
PortLiner has presented an innovative solution that will be used to power its two zero-emission inland vessels. This flow battery bunker station will be equipped with onboard wind turbines, eliminating the need for onshore cables and traditional energy sources. In...
PortLiner intends to build two 135 x 14.50 m (429 TEU) inland waterway ships of the PortLiner “DUTCH” design. The company has now received a recommendation from Lloyd’s Register for the concept flow battery on board these inland vessels, which allows...
CellCube and Portliner, together with Werkina, will build a maritime flow battery solution for the all-electric propulsion of an inland vessel and a recharging pontoon. The goal is to demonstrate the feasibility of flow battery technology for decarbonising inland...
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