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From roar to humming – Silent Engine project aims to save your eardrums and our environment

Noise from marine traffic has an ill effect on the surrounding environment. Reduced engine noise improves travelling comfort too. Business Finland has granted funding to the University of Vaasa for the Silent Engine research project. Together with partners, the University of Vaasa with its VEBIC laboratories will seek new silent and vibration-free solutions to help the Finnish powertrain industry meet the criteria set for noise, vibration, and sustainability.
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Research themes in the spotlight: Making the production of green fuels economically feasible

Kenneth Widell from Wärtsilä leads one of the ZEM research themes which focuses on exploring the ways to make the operations in the production of zero-carbon fuels a feasible business. We discussed with Widell about the potential partners of this research theme and its ambitious objectives.
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