Danfoss Power Solutions’ Editron division and TESYA Group have signed a cooperation agreement to accelerate the electrification of the marine industry in Southern Europe.
his partnership will see the two companies cooperating closely on Southern European projects. Both businesses will create solutions for hybrid and fully electric vessels for their local customers.
The joint offer will comprise diesel genset, batteries, propulsion inverters and motors, propeller systems and all necessary controls. The Editron division and TESYA Group will start their partnership by focusing on the electrification of yachts, passenger vessels and workboats.
Danfoss’ Editron division will combine its hybrid-electric marine propulsion system with TESYA Group’s products, which include CAT diesel engines, propellers and control systems. The Editron division will support TESYA Group’s electrification projects by providing its electrical machines, converters and transformers, compact and class-approved DC links and other equipment required for the operation of hybrid and fully electric vessels. Meanwhile, TESYA Group will supply energy-efficient marine engines, shaft systems and other heavy marine propulsion equipment.
By combining our skills and technologies, we’ll be able to offer our local customers a turnkey solution for the best possible operation of their vessels. We are ready to deliver hybrid and fully electric solutions that will help decarbonize the marine sector and are confident that our collaboration will set new industry standards in the region
said Philipp Fedorov, marine sales director at Danfoss’ Editron division.
In addition, Enrico Dari, group sales marine director at TESYA Group, stated that this “joint offer will solve challenges related to the integration of different power and control systems for new and retrofitted vessels. Sustainability is one of the four pillars of our evolution towards 2025, and this cooperation will be a very important step for it.”