Maersk Supply Service advances mission for electric offshore charging

Maersk Supply Service-owned Stillstrom will conduct a feasibility study with Port of Aberdeen to find out how to install a charging station for standby vessels. Stillstrom plans to install charging stations at as much as 100 ports.

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Technology firm Stillstrom, which is owned by offshore carrier Maersk Supply Service, is taking another step toward its ambition of having installed electric charging stations in up to 100 ports and 50 offshore wind parks over the next five years.

Established in January this year, Stillstrom has now entered a deal with Scottish Port of Aberdeen to conduct a feasibility study into an offshore renewable charging station at the port.

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