Norsepower wins deal to install rotor sails on two newbuild CO2 carriers

Norwegian Northern Lights JV has commissioned two CO2 carriers to be built in China, both of which will equipped with rotor sails made by Finnnish Norsepower.

A vessel with Norsepower rotor sails | Photo: Norsepower - PR

Norsepower, a Finnish supplier of rotor sails for the maritime industry, has signed a deal to install the propulsion devices  aboard two newbuild CO2 carriers, the company informs in a press release.

Each of the two new liquified CO2 carriers will be fitted with one of Norsepower’s 28x4 meter rotor sails, which according to the supplier’s estimates can reduce carbon emissions from each vessel by around 5%.

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