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Interim report Q2 2020
The half year financial report
for 2020 has been published
Smart Energy Vision
Smart marine
W?rtsil? is a global leader in complete lifecycle
power solutions for the marine and energy markets


Shipping looks to technology to confront...

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced a rethinking of maritime supply chains – speeding up trends that were...
26 August 2020
  • Twentyfour7. article

W?rtsil? response to COVID-19

The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus disease 2019, combined with the impact of various government responses, is now affecting every person, organisation and society worldwide. In this highly unusual and uncertain situation we are fully committed...

Flexible CHP – the key to achieving...

As the EU sets the stage for a decarbonised society by 2050, wind and solar energy will need a boost...
21 August 2020
  • Twentyfour7. article

Can financial incentives help reduce...

The need for the shipping industry to reduce overall emissions is clear, but viable solutions are still...
17 August 2020
  • Twentyfour7. article

How to avoid a Black Sky Event

A power outage for more than a few days could have significant social and financial consequences. What...
12 August 2020
  • Twentyfour7. article

Customer references

  • Performance-based agreement with Carnival Corporation's fleet
    Agreement optimises the lifecycle efficiency of Carnival’s fleet.

    Performance-based agreement with Carnival Corporation's fleet

  • ALTEO group, Hungary
    Electric grids are evolving rapidly, disrupted by deregulation, distributed energy resources, renewable portfolio standards, and smart grid technologies. Energy storage is uniquely positioned at the heart of this transition. One of the lesser known, though quite significant, energy technologies focuses on optimising the current thermal energy generation infrastructure. Energy storage systems (ESS) have emerged as a viable upgrade to optimise generation performance for both renewable and traditional power sources and to help energy providers increase their revenue streams.

    ALTEO group, Hungary

  • Centrica, UK
    The rapid growth in renewable energy in the UK has increased the need for flexible power to balance the electricity grid. W?rtsil? has worked closely with energy and services company Centrica to provide the changing market with flexible energy, helping tackle the issues created by intermittent renewables and supporting the transition to a low-carbon energy system.

    Centrica, UK

  • Maersk Drilling
    Nan Hai VI: Upgrading an obsolete power management system without interrupting operations.

    Maersk Drilling

? 2020 W?rtsil?