Norway develops world’s first automatic electric ship
To protect the atmosphere from pollution, Norwegian scientists have built the world’s first electric ship. The ship has a capacity of 103 containers and will travel at a speed of 13 knots.
The first automatic electric ship to protect the atmosphere from toxic emissions has been developed in Norway, which will embark on its first cargo voyage later this year. Norwegian scientists say that with zero carbon emissions, this ship will not allow air pollution in any way. It will also protect against the use of toxic chemicals such as sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides.
The Norwegian company started the process of manufacturing the first electric ship in 2017 with the help of Yara Marine Technology, which has been completed in a period of 4 years.
The company says the plane will run automatically without crew and fuel. Initially, containers and other goods will be loaded with the help of cranes and humans. However, in the next step, all work will be done automatically by machines, eliminating human interference.
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