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Echandia wins E-Prize, Sweden’s largest award for climate innovation

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  • 17 November 2021

The 16th of November, Echandia was awarded with the 2021 E-Prize, Sweden’s most prestigious award for climate innovation: “With the goal to do for shipping what Tesla done to cars – a revolution…

Echandia secures order for the world’s first emission-free high-speed catamaran

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  • 28 October 2021

Stockholm-based Echandia has signed an agreement to supply the world’s first emission-free high-speed catamaran with an integrated battery and hydrogen-based fuel cell system. The client is Gree…

Echandia opens APAC office – headed by former Danfoss Editron manager – David Hunter

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  • 7 October 2021

Echandia, a leading Swedish supplier of heavy-duty battery and fuel cell-systems for maritime applications, opens a hub serving the APAC countries. Echandia’s APAC effort will be based in Bangkok and …

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[SWE] Echandia driver konverteringen av passagerarfärjor till eldrift – första svenska ordern

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  • 1 October 2021

Solnabaserade Echandia Marine, världsledande utvecklare av avancerade batterisystem för sjöfart och industri, har tecknat avtal med västsvenska Koster Marin om att konvertera en av rederiets dieseldri…

Nominated to Ship of The Year 2021– a recognition for electric passenger ferries

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  • 8 September 2021

One of our projects together with Damen Shipyards, is nominated to the prestigious award, Ship of The Year by KNVTS in the Netherlands. This is an important recognition for electrical passenger ferrie…

Echandia to strengthen management – Fredrik Hellström join as COO

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  • 7 September 2021

Swedish ESS supplier Echandia is entering an intensive growth phase and scaling its organization. In order to strengthen the management and lay the foundation for continued growth, Dr. Fredrik Hellstr…

Bureau Veritas Grants Type Approval for Swedish Battery Company – First in Its Category

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  • 3 June 2021

Echandia, a Swedish innovation company in battery– and fuel cell-systems, now has its battery system, based on LTO technology, type approved by Bureau Veritas. The solution has proved to meet high int…

Echandia Marine To Supply Damen with LTO Batteries for Three Fully-Electric Waterbuses

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  • 20 May 2021

Echandia has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards to supply LTO batteries for three fully electric ferries to run between Rotterdam and the Drecht cities. This is the fourth contract Damen has award…

Echandia Deliver LTO Battery Systems for Dutch Electric and Hybrid Ferries

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  • 2 February 2021

Echandia – the Swedish ESS supplier is involved in building electric ferries for the Rotterdam area. Echandia has signed a contract with Damen Shipyards, the world’s largest shipyard, to provide them …

Echandia Marine builds battery systems for the World’s Largest Fleet of Electric Ferries

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  • 22 January 2021

Echandia has signed an agreement with Siemens for 23 modern electric ferries for the South Indian city of Kochi’s public transport. The project comprises 78 zero-emission vessels, which is the largest…

Damen Shipyards and Echandia Marine Announce Strategic Tug Boat Partnership

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  • 22 January 2021

Damen Shipyards and Echandia are pleased to announce they have cemented a global partnership, combining Echandia’s DNV-Certified E-LTO energy systems and battery expertise, and Damen’s industry-leadin…

Echandia Receives the First DNV-GL Type Approval for LTO Batteries

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  • 2 March 2020

Echandia is the first company in the world to be awarded a DNV-GL Type approval certificate for an LTO battery system. Echandia’s E-LTO energy storage system (ESS) is a smart, highly scalable air-cool…

Swedish energy company Vattenfall moves boldly towards electrification of Europe’s maritime transport sector

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  • 26 August 2019

Norway, the world-leader in maritime battery solutions, is working to become the first country to electrify coastal transportation, replacing fossil fuel energy with renewable sources. In Sweden, conc…