Port of Tallinn gets its 1st shore power solution

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By Naida Hakirevic Tallink Grupp’s vessel Victoria I was connected to shore power in Tallinn Old City Harbour for the first ever shore power charging in Estonia on 11 September.

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Shore power can be used by the vessels operating the Estonian-Swedish as well as Estonian-Finnish routes.

The Port of Tallinn installed the latest ABB shore power systems on five of its piers in Old City Harbour, total investment amounting to EUR 3.5 million, which enable the vessels to reduce emissions and noise pollution by using the shore power during port stays and cut ships‘ fuel consumption.

To date, Tallink Grupp has invested EUR

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