With the intellectual property of the Oceanwings® concept, AYRO aims at promoting this wind propulsion solution through services and studies related to the system.
You can find below our latest press releases !
Regulations are gradually being put in place to decarbonize the maritime sector. It is easy to get lost in all these advances. That’s why AYRO has written an article on the current and upcoming regulations to help you understand them better.
Enjoy a quick focus on the evolution of environmental regulations for the maritime sector!
June 13th 2022: Optiwise HORIZON Project launches with the aim to holistically improve design and control of commercial ships with wind propulsion
AYRO – Optiwise HORIZON – Press Release
March 10th 2022: AYRO inks a contract for the supply of an Oceanwings® 32 for the ultimate ocean-friendly yacht ZEN50 designed by ZEN Yachts
AYRO – ZEN50 – Press Release
November 25th 2021: The Oceanwings® has been awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label !
AYRO – Solar Impulse – Press Release
November 10th 2021: AYRO obtains the support of the EMFF and launches the WINNEW project
AYRO EMFF – WINNEW Project – Press Release
October 27th 2021: AYRO is nominated for the Wind Propulsion Innovation Awards 2021
AYRO_Wind Propulsion Innovation Awards 2021 nomination_IWSA – Press Release
October 13th 2021: AYRO receives the EVOLEN 2021 Innovation Price
AYRO Evolen press release
September 13th 2021: AYRO raises €10.5 million capital from Ocean Zero, Bpifrance and Mer Invest to boost the development of its innovating wingsail solution to help decarbonize the maritime transport industry
AYRO_Funds raised_Press release
September 1st 2021: AYRO chooses Caen in Normandy to produce its Oceanwings®, wind propulsion
system for maritime transport
AYRO_CCI Caen Normandie_Press Release
May 17th 2021: Innovative 2,500 TEU Container Vessel “Trade Wings 2,500” from VPLP Design, Alwena Shipping, SDARI and AYRO receives Approval in Principle from Bureau Veritas
2500 teus-Trade Wings 2500 – Approval of principle from BV_EN
Mars 26th 2021 : AYRO receives the Innovation Ocean Trophy 2020-2021
20210326_BPGO Innovation Ocean Trophy
February 15th 2021: AYRO secures DNV GL AiP for its Oceanwings® 3.6.3. wingsail propulsion system for ships
December 18th 2020: AYRO inks a contract for the supply of 4 Oceanwings ® for the Ro-Ro vessel “Canopee”
What they said about us ?
Hellenic Shipping News
“We know that the power of the wind, even if it is not always available, can make a significant contribution to GHG-free ship propulsion and ship design. Wind propulsion systems can play a significant auxiliary role in providing substantial propulsive energy and, in some cases, wind could be used for main propulsion requirements (…)” Laurent Leblanc, Senior Vice President Technical & Operations at Bureau Veritas
The Maritime Executive
“The EU has forecast that up to 10,700 wind propulsion installations could be in place by 2030, and the UK Clean Maritime Plan forecasts that wind propulsion technologies will become a £2billion ($2.8 billion) a year segment, with approximately 30,000 installations (equivalent to 40-45 percent market penetration) by the 2050s.” Gavin Allwright, IWSA Secretary General
“We are very pleased to be able to issue this AiP to AYRO for its Oceanwings 3.6.3 system. An AiP can help build confidence in shipowners and operators by demonstrating that new technologies can not only help them improve sustainability, but follow well established, trusted and independent standards.” Hasso Hoffmeister, Senior Principal Engineer at DNV GL – Maritime.
On March 25th, 2021, AYRO was awarded with the 2020-2021 “Ocean Innovation Trophy“ in the category “shipping decarbonation using wind propulsion”, organized by the French bank Banque Populaire Grand Ouest (BPGO).
Mer & Marine
“Thanks to its 360 degree rotation ability, [The Oceanwings] allows the adaptation of the angle of attack of the wingsail no matter the pace of the ship. The camber and the twists’ adjustment allows on the other hand the power adjustment.
Seatrade Maritime News
“The standard service speed will be reduced from current conventional vessels. We will not be able to tackle the climate challenge that is already upon us without thinking differently about how we plan and operate supply chains.” Erik Noeklebye, EVP & COO Shipping Services.
“We are pleased to see Bureau Veritas’s continuous involvement and support in innovation and in the decarbonization of shipping with the release of these new rules. These technical guidelines will help us in the development of our Oceanwings and their application on board cargo vessels.” Ludovic Gérard, CEO AYRO
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