Cable management systems and autonomous shore power charging connections company Zinus, has signed a contract with Blueday Technology to add shore power solutions to Tromsø, Norway.
Zinus will be supplying the high voltage CRU500, designed for cruise ships, along with Compact ZPP215 shore power units, which provide low voltage power to other vessels at Tromsø.
This project marks the third Norwegian port to receive both high and low voltage shore power systems from Zinus.
“At Zinus, we work tirelessly to provide our customers with the best products that not only meet their needs but also contribute positively to the environment,” said Ronny Olson, Zinus’ Sales Director.
“This contract with Blueday Technology continues to align perfectly with Zinus’s mission to serve the maritime industry with technology that promotes zero-emission power in a package that is both environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing,” he said.
Zinus’ collaboration with Blueday Technology not only showcases the company’s innovative solutions but also sets a new standard for sustainable maritime operations.
The project is due to be completed in 2024.
Blueday Technology is a cleantech company providing electrification solutions to enable the de-carboni-ation of the industry, backed by a power system knowledge and experience from the company’s large installed base.