Say hello to Ellen, the electric ferry with 57 times the battery capacity of a Tesla

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It’s not just land-based vehicle manufacturers trying to clean up their emissions with electric transport, water-based modes of travel are too. Take Ellen, the electric-powered ferry that sails the west Baltic sea, for example. Unlike Sony’s recent shock concept car announcement, Ellen is in action and was ready to welcome its first customer aboard late last year. Before I tell you more about Ellen, let’s get the important numbers out the way. According to figures in a recent BBC report and Ship-Technology.com, Ellen will help cut 2,000 tons of CO2, 41,500kg of NOx, and 1,350kg of SO2 every year. Conventional…

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