Japan’s maritime industry promotes green transformation
Long Nguyen (TV reporter in Japan)–Friday, April 15, 2022 07:00 GMT+7
The battery-powered boat is a joint product of many companies, and will begin to be tested in Osaka from the end of 2021. According to the manufacturers, these boats not only contribute to the development of the transportation system. diverse waterways, but also contribute to efforts to protect the environment, towards Japan’s overall effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Mr. Shouji Fuchigami – Director of Trina Solar Company, Japan said: “Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is the motivation for us to develop this boat, the electricity used is not from fossil fuels but from fossil fuels. Solar energy and renewable energy sources, we are working to develop this technology so that it can be used for larger vessels such as transport or cruise ships.”
Like the transportation industry, Japan’s maritime industry is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the goal is to reduce emissions to zero by 2050.
To ensure continuous operation, a system solar power built to provide operating power for this boat, each time it docks, the boat will be automatically charged according to the wireless automatic charging system, which can be quickly charged in 15 to 20 minutes to operate continuously for 6-8 hours.
Mr. Yoshinori Tsuruda – CEO of Charging System, Daihen Corporation, Japan shared: “Regarding the battery charging system, it can be seen that if a wired charging system is used, the cord can get wet when all around. is water and can be dangerous, so the automatic wireless charging system for this boat is an innovation that offers convenience and safety.”
A special feature is that the boat can be able to dock horizontally, as well as equipped with a collision avoidance system, ensuring safety when operating in narrow areas. It is expected that this boat will be displayed at the Expo Osaka 2025 Science and Technology Exhibition.
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