Short introduction of External Stakeholders for Task 6.1 and why they participate in FLEXSHIP

The key stakeholders in the FLEXSHIP Task 6.1 include large scale batteries manufacturers, EMS(Energy Management System) producers, Digital Twin technology providers, electric Ferries companies operating within the 20 – 30 km range, Port Owners, Ship Builders etc. Each partner participates to contribute their expertise and resources in advancing the project’s goals and innovations in sustainable shipping.

The diverse group of external stakeholders will be participating in the FLEXSHIP by active workshops, surveys, preferential treatment regarding information exchanges, etc. They will play a vital role in advancing sustainable and innovative solutions within the maritime industry. The partners are united by a shared commitment to revolutionizing the way we think about energy, vessel technology, and maritime operations.

These external stakeholders share our vision of a more sustainable, efficient, and environmentally responsible maritime industry.

Why our esteemed stakeholders participate in the FLEXSHIP initiative and how their contributions are driving meaningful change? Because we are creating a win-to-win environment where projects partners and stakeholders can benefit reciprocally, by getting representative inputs and constrains from the current marine industry and aligning future technologies advancements to their internal requirements, respectively.

Together, we are shaping the future of maritime transportation and fostering a greener and cleaner world for generations to come.

Do you want to be member of our stakeholder community? Do not hesitate and reach our colleagues of OTASKIES out! (email: blessing.o@otaskies.com)

FLEXSHIP received funding from EU Horizon Europe research and innovation program under Grant Agreement no. 101095863.

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