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Electric Cargo Ships Rocks China’s Waterways at Changzhou

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A new beginning for River Yangtze basin as China’s electric Cargo Ships take control of the transportation and replace traditional energy.

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China has in recent days showcased a boom in its Home-grown Electric Container ships in the waters of the Yangtze River in Changzhou.

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According to the Jiangsu branch of the State Grid, which participated in the Ship’s Design, the Cargo vessels are powered by a Lithium battery and Supercapacitor, which provides a battery capacity of 1,458 kWh, equivalent to that of Forty Electric cars, and can replace over Twenty Metric tons of Diesel if it conducts One Hundred and Fifty voyages annually.

In a statement, the marketing director of the company Li Yaohong said that the Ship can cruise in water for Fifty Kilometres after it is fully charged for 2.5 hours.

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Senior engineer Fan Xiao Feng of the Port and Waterway Development Center-PWDC at the Provincial Department of Transportation said that there are roughly 80,000 vessels Sailing in the waters in Jiangsu all year round, most of which use diesel as fuel, and the penetration rate of new energy is not very high.

“The successful electric cargo trial run sets a very good and modern start to support the Popularization of Electric Ships,” Xiao Feng added.

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The charging advancement facilities which were set up in October will help boost the development of electrical vessels and to a large extent cut emissions in the area, Li Yaohong said.

So far, Jiangsu Province has set up a total of 4,918 charging systems in 8 cities along River Yangtze. The facilities will on the other hand provide about 57 million kWh of Power each year, which will also help in saving more than 20,000 metric tons of diesel, reducing emissions of ox nitride by over 600 metric tons and sulfur dioxide by over 200 metric tons.

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The Jiangsu section of the Yangtze River is one of the busiest waterways in the world, putting local ecology under great pressure. Over 90% of the Ships are driven by Diesel, a major pollutant source in the location.

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