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Century-old rotorsail design gets modern makeover

Finnish company Norsepower has rediscovered a nearly century-old engineering innovation that could pave the way for ...

From towing kite propulsion to sails fitted with solar panels, modern engineers have been working hard to find ways to make our increasing reliance on big cargo shipping more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Finnish company Norsepower has looked to the past for inspiration, finding a solution in a nearly century-old engineering innovation relegated to the annals of quirky mechanical history.

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Category: Marine

Tags:
  • Energy-efficient
  • Maersk
  • Wind
  • Shipping
  • Sustainable
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