• Two hybrid ships ordered by CGN from Swiss shipbuilder Shiptec will have a capacity of 700 passengers each and are due to enter service between 2022 and 2023
• Leclanché’s specialized marine battery systems will be installed on both vessels
• Leclanché technology already equips the world's most powerful all-electric ferry and a growing fleet of hybrid commercial vessels
• These two new ships are mainly aimed at growing commuter travel between France and Switzerland and will reduce fossil fuel consumption by 40% while expanding CGN’s offer
Leclanché was selected to equip two new hybrid-powered vessels with a state-of-the-art battery storage system.
· Nexans will supply 46 kilometers of umbilicals as well as accessories and testing services to Subsea 7, the contractor responsible for the integrated subsea production systems serving the Sangomar Field Development project.
· Nexans’ Halden facility will provide both static and dynamic umbilicals for each phase of the project, with deliveries commencing in 2022.
· The Sangomar field, containing both oil and gas, is located 100 kilometers south of Dakar and will be Senegal’s first offshore oil development.
Nexans has signed a contract with Subsea 7 to design and manufacture 46 km of umbilicals for Senegal.