Artemis Technologies Named Northern Ireland's Innovative Company of the Year 2022

World leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company, Artemis Technologies, has been recognised for its unrivalled innovation at a prestigious awards ceremony. The Belfast-based green innovator, with a mission to decarbonise the global maritime industry, triumphed in the Innovative Company of the Year category at the 16th annual Business Eye Awards. The accolade, presented…

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Projects led by Artemis Technologies aimed at making emission-free maritime transport a reality have been awarded almost £3.4 million in the latest round of the UK’s Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CMDC). The three initiatives will see the high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company collaborate with six other global and industry leading partners – Tidal…

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Strong female representation at Artemis Technologies

Artemis Technologies states its commitment to increasing diversity in the maritime sector with landmark signing of the UK’s Women in Maritime pledge. The significant milestone comes as the world-leading maritime design and applied technologies company welcomes new female engineer as the 70th employee of its Belfast workforce. Gintare Vaiciuvenaite, former student of the University of…

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Artemis Technologies, the global leader in green maritime innovation, has launched to market the world’s first commercially viable 100% electric, high-speed foiling workboat range. Developed and built in Belfast, the zero-emission vessels are the greenest workboats on the planet and represent a £12 million investment in research and development. With a top speed of 34…

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Condor Ferries has joined the Belfast Maritime Consortium and will operate the world’s most advanced zero-emission commuter ferry service between Belfast and Bangor. The ferry service to commence in 2024 will act as a pilot scheme for the revolutionary fast passenger ferries currently under development by the consortium, led by Artemis Technologies. The vessels will…

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Artemis Technologies expects to double its workforce to more than 100 employees in 2022, as its work to develop transformative new zero-emission marine vessels in Northern Ireland enters a new phase. The news follows the hiring by the leading high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company of its 50th employee. With the first Artemis eFoilerTM test…

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Artemis Technologies is set to showcase its innovative sustainable technologies and products at the COP26 summit in Glasgow. The company has been announced as an exhibitor at the climate change conference where it will unveil a scale model of the company’s advanced high-speed zero- emission workboat, to be launched next year. Replica scale models of the…

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A study, led by high-performance maritime design and applied technologies company Artemis Technologies has been awarded £533,000 to investigate transformative solutions to decarbonise crew transfer vessel (CTV) operations in the offshore wind sector. The grant, announced at London International Shipping Week, has been awarded as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition funded by the…

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Apprenticeship

Artemis Technologies and Belfast Met have announced a new apprenticeship programme offering a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to play a role in the future of maritime transport. It marks a major milestone for the Belfast Maritime Consortium project, led by Artemis Technologies, to create transformative marine technologies and a new range of zero-emission vessels…

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