MHO Meets New CTVs

In: Vessels
A keel laying ceremony has been held for two new hybrid CTVs for MHO-Co at AFAI Southern Shipyard, China. The ceremony was attended by DNVGL Commercial Manager, Wang Shiyan, as well as representatives from AFAI, and MHO-Co via video link.

The 35 m long CTVs,
ASA102/103, will feature hybrid propulsion packages enabling future adaption to green power generation such as hydrogen fuel cells. The propulsion system (Danfoss' Editron) has a permanently magnetised electric motor contributing to weight savings and reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

On delivery, expected Q2 2021, the CTVs will provide service at the Hornsea 2 offshore wind project.

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