Oceanvolt Teams Up with Victron Energy

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, November 21, 2013

Finnish electric propulsion specialist Oceanvolt entered a two-way relationship with Victron Energy. The two companies will integrate their products to work as a unified system, which will form the base of Oceanvolt's SEA (Silent Electric Autonomy) concept. Oceanvolt SEA system enables, among other things, running A/C and other appliances without using a generator by converting the electricity from the propulsion system battery into 220VAC.

Oceanvolt will offer its customers systems which use Victron Energy's charger/inverters, solar charger controllers and other electric components together with its propulsion system. Oceanvolt's electric propulsion systems have already been installed in more than 50 customer boats.
 

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