Leading maritime design and applied technologies company, Artemis Technologies, a spin off from the successful America’s Cup Artemis Racing team, is committed to leading the decarbonisation of maritime through the design and development of transformative technologies and zero-emission vessels.
At the forefront of maritime engineering, the Northern Ireland based but globally impactful company develops unique products such as its disruptive Artemis eFoiler® electric propulsion system which is set to revolutionise maritime operations world-wide.
It is this innovative Artemis eFoiler® electric propulsion system that powers the world’s first 100% electric, zero emission, commercially viable foiling workboat range and world’s most advanced 100% electric fast foiling passenger ferry – both launched to market by Artemis Technologies in 2022.
Mass adoption of this transformative technology and these vessels will deliver a more sustainable maritime future, however, that collective uptake hinges on the right infrastructure being in place – that is Artemis Technologies’ motivation for joining CharIN.
Together with CharIN and its members, Artemis Technologies can champion novel technologies and e-mobility innovation in maritime.
Through strategic planning and collective vision, future products and corresponding infrastructure can be introduced in maritime applications via standardisation which would unlock unrivalled benefits for all marine operators and ensure the maritime sector plays its role in the global fight against climate change.
Artemis Technologies’ vast industry expertise places the company in prime position to contribute invaluable guidance and support, through CharIN, on the charging and infrastructure requirements of OEMs to enable successful operation of electric transport solutions in the maritime sector.
Artemis Technologies’ EF-12 range already benefits from DC fast charging thanks to the CCS2 technology and the company is committed to helping develop standardised charging solutions for its Artemis EF-24 Passenger and other eFoiler® vessels in conjunction with CharIN’s Megawatt Charging System Task Force. The group represents the whole value chain of the Heavy-Duty Vehicles industry segment and is essential to support the deployment of maritime e-transportation by encouraging interoperability and limiting the infrastructure burden.
With its ground-breaking Artemis eFoiler® technology, the maritime leader has a reputation for developing green solutions that can be subtly adapted to serve multiple use cases. It is this success which bolsters the company’s confidence that, with the same skills and talents in the organisation, it can work with CharIN to advance the e-mobility supply chain and identify clean solutions for powering transport by land, air, and sea.