Energy Observer to use all clean energy to sail around the globe

By Cottage Support in New energy innovations 53 views 27th May 2019 Video Duration: 00:06:39
SAINT MALO, FRANCE — A self-sufficient boat run entirely on emission-free energy is set to embark on its maiden voyage around the world. The website Eco Watch reports that the Energy Observer is a multi-hulled catamaran and former racing vessel, that’s being converted into a green vessel. It will be equipped with 130 square meters of solar panels, two vertical axis wind turbines, and two reversible electric motors. The vessel will also be fitted with electrolysis equipment to produce hydrogen from seawater.

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