In collaboration with the Port of Amsterdam Authority, Skoon contributed to the Clean Amsterdam project by providing a battery container to reinforce the existing shore power grid in the quays around Amsterdam Centraal. The existing system could not provide the necessary voltage for larger vessels. Instead of having to rely on the onboard generators, owners of the moored vessels can now rely on Skoon’s battery to supply sufficient energy at any time.
Reduce emissions by reinforcing shore power grid
Avoid using onboard generators by implementing batteries to enhance shore power capacity
This, or similar energy solution, used in this project
|Nominal Capacity:||638 kWh|
|Effective Capacity:||510.4 kWh|
|Voltage:||400 V AC|
Skoonbox 2 AC
Skoonbox 2 AC delivers energy to users in alternating current. The battery comes with a 10 foot container for the conversion electronics. The container is the first mobile battery container certified for maritime use. At the moment, it is available in Amsterdam area, on a barge low enough to go through the canals.