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We are proud of the big little things that we have done on our journey towards a sustainable future. In fact, there are so many that they couldn't fit them all on one page.
Holyhead Port in North Wales is Stena Line's largest port with more than 2,900 ships docking there each year. In 2016, we installed 768 solar panels at the terminal, garage and retail buildings. These panels generate 164,000 kWh of green energy annually.
In 2015, we replaced the one million plastic bags used onboard annually for new bags made from 80 % recycled plastic. And more was soon to come…
In 2015, the million cups of coffee served onboard annually, are all 100% certified by the Rainforest Alliance, which is fairer to nature and fairer to the producers.
In 2011, we installed two small wind turbines onboard Stena Jutlandica to create extra energy onboard. Through various tests we realised that the turbines were not suitable for the harsh conditions at sea and the project was cancelled. Even though this may not have been a great success, it was a good lesson to be learned.
In 2015, we converted one of our largest vessels Stena Germanica into a dual-fuel ferry which can run on both methanol and diesel. The methanol emissions mainly consist of water vapor and carbon dioxide, the sulfur particles are reduced by 90% and nitrogen by 60% making it a much cleaner and environmentally friendly.
At the beginning of 2018, we initiated a new battery power project on Stena Jutlandica on our Gothenburg to Frederikshavn route. The batteries will power the ship's thrusters which are used to maneuver the ship into the port. The next step is to have our main engines run on battery power when our ferries are at short inland distances when they are in the vicinity of ports. And who knows, maybe in the not too distant future, this is how our ferries are run.
Our captains and bridge officers are all educated in efficient sailing, comparable to eco-driving a car. We call it eco-sailing.
Onboard, the Fuel Management System which is often referred to as FMS, consists of more than 50 onboard sensors and meters, providing detailed information on everything from vessel speed to ventilation-system electricity consumption. The data is then be analysed by our captains and engineers who continuously work on improving the results. Stena Vision, on our Karlskrona and Gdynia route, was the first of our vessels to get the upgrade in 2012.
Stena Line's Energy Saving Program (ESP) was originally launched in 2006, in-line with our goal to reduce fuel consumption by 2.5% annually. Eleven years on, after the main regulators on the Stena Scotia were replaced, project number 300 was completed, resulting in an expected annual fuel savings of 3% on sailings between the Netherlands and England!
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