Electric foiling workboat

Artemis Technologies has moved to the next phase in the development of its Artemis eFoilerTM electric propulsion system, announcing plans to launch a technology demonstrator in 2021. Announced by Artemis Technologies COO, Prof. Mark Gillan, during a presentation to the Workboat Association’s Technical Workgroup yesterday, the first vessel equipped with the transformative Artemis eFoilerTM, will…

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Belfast Maritime Consortium

A supervisory board has been appointed to oversee the Belfast Maritime Consortium’s project to develop revolutionary zero-emission ferries in the city. Earlier this year, the 13-partner syndicate, headed by Artemis Technologies, won a £33 million government innovation grant for the plans from the UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places (SIP) Fund. Working closely…

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Maritime UK award winner

Artemis Technologies has won the prestigious Maritime 2050 accolade at this year’s Maritime UK Awards. The award, sponsored by the Department of Transport, recognises the firm’s efforts to capitalise on the opportunities presented within the Government’s Maritime 2050 Strategy. Founded in 2017, Artemis Technologies, led by double Olympic sailing gold medallist Dr Iain Percy OBE…

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Alok Sharma visits Artemis Technologies

The Belfast Maritime Consortium led by Artemis Technologies, has hosted a visit to the city by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP. Representatives of the 13-partner syndicate met the minister to discuss their plans to develop zero emissions ferries in Belfast that will revolutionise…

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Artemis Technologies Joins Maritime UK

The Belfast Maritime Consortium which is led by Artemis Technologies has joined Maritime UK, the umbrella body and collective voice for the UK’s £46.1 billion maritime sector. The consortium’s application for membership was unanimously approved by Maritime UK’s National Council. Artemis Technologies will engage fully with Maritime UK’s work programme, including being supported in developing…

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Artemis Technologies eFoiler

A Belfast Maritime Consortium led by Artemis Technologies has won a £33 million UK Government innovation grant to develop zero emissions ferries in the city, that will revolutionise the future of maritime transport. With further investment from consortium partners, the total project investment will reach close to £60m over the next four years, creating an…

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Artemis Technologies has announced a partnership with Creative Composites, the UK’s most advanced composites manufacturer. Lisburn-based Creative Composites will collaborate with Artemis Technologies, the world’s leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company, to create components for its revolutionary new electric eFoiler Propulsion System (eFoiler). The system, to be manufactured in Belfast, forms part of…

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By Iain Percy OBE, CEO, Artemis Technologies A maritime revolution is coming which will herald a new wave of zero-emissions vessels designed to meet the global carbon challenge and see Belfast once again take the lead in the development and construction of the most advanced ships on the planet. With a vision to lead in…

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One of the fastest yachts on the planet, based on those featured in the world-famous America’s Cup series, has been donated to W5, interactive science and discovery centre in Belfast. The AC45 vessel is on loan from Artemis Technologies, the world’s leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company, which is also based in the…

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Artemis Technologies has announced a joint venture with Denmark’s Tuco Marine Group to produce the world’s first zero emissions workboat. Artemis Technologies, the world’s leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company, will collaborate with Tuco Marine Group to integrate its new electric eFoiler propulsion system into an 11m carbon fibre vessel. This will serve…

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