ELECTRINE, succeeded in developing 'Electric sail yacht' sailing with the power of wind Protect the environment, increase fuel efficiency... “Regeneration Electric Sail Yacht” kill two birds with one stone
Nov 30, 2020, 01:22
There has been news that ELECTRINE, a Korean electric boat engine manufacturer, has succeeded in developing a battery that can be charged with wind.
The name of the product is 'Regeneration Electric Sail Yacht, which is can be charged only wind power and it is a groundbreaking product that kill two birds with one stone in aspect environmental and economical both sides
“The era has coming to produce electric power, the power source of electric boats, using the principle of wind power generation underwater while sailing. It is possible to charge electric power while the boat is moving by the power of the sails, so it will be possible to use the propulsion power of the yacht and various onboard electronic devices necessary for the yacht at any time”
The 'Regeneration Electric Sail Yacht', which was successfully developed by ELECTRINE, a Korean electric boat engine manufacturer, generates power by the power of the wind and can charge 3~5KW per hour
In particular, it applied the AI in line with the trend. The AI in device checks the battery and regeneration automatically starts when the power goes below a certain point and charging proceeds. ELECTRINE plans to devote itself to the development of sail yacht power systems that use 100 kW of power in the future
The CEO of ELECTRINE said, "In the future, it is essential to turn electric power of boats with internal combustion engines in order to respond to international environmental regulations and protect the inland water environment. ELECTRINE boat power system of ELECTRINE is remarkably low in the possibility of toxic gas emission or oil leakage, and is famous for its low vibration and low noise function"
ELECTRINE, a Korean electric boat engine manufacturer, plans to expand its distribution network to all regions of Europe, starting with the export of electric boat power systems such as the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, and Belgium, which are leading eco-friendly boat regulations
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