High voltage shore power connections (HVSC) are the answer.
The EU has already regulated the connection itself, and by 2025 member states will implement limits on shipping emissions in ports. Operators as well as shipowners need to be ready for the change. Public debate is catching up, too: the media are already discussing environmental aspects and smart ports as a whole, including cruise ship shore power to keep emissions low at popular destinations.
ShoreLink helps you set up flexible and fully automated shore power supply systems port-side.
Adding or extending HVSC in your infrastructure, you need a partner to provide you with the required ship power connection. ShoreLink is quicker and more flexible than anything you’ve seen: for a green port pilot project in Tallinn, we delivered six shore power adapters in just seven months from planning to completion. When the project was approved, the Shore-Link dispenser hadn’t even been designed yet.
EU directive ready
Prepare for the EU’s 2025 deadline on new shipping emissions regulations
Save on fuel costs
Up to €1m/year per vesselUp to €1m/year per vessel. Shore to ship power through a quayside supply system is good for the environment as well as the bottom line
Attractive to shipowners
Adding HVSC to the available green ship technologies increases ports’ competitiveness and such grants as the EU “Clean Port” initiative have even helped some shipowners with the costs
Adaptable design for any shore power connection project
ShoreLink can meet tight deadlines, delivering highly flexible solutions for a variety of approaches to cold ironing in ports
Customizable, swiftly deliverable and regulation-compliant HVSC dispenser
Shore Link’s HVSC dispenser meets most needs as standard but can be customized if necessary. Faster-than-competition production and delivery means no waiting when you have a schedule to keep, and you can install and use it anywhere, with minimum fuss.