Maritime electrification company Echandia opens branch in Norway

Swedish Echandia  expands in the Norwegian market through the appointment of industry veteran Roy Storeng to lead the business development in Norway. Echandia is one of the leading developers of zero-emission energy solutions for heavy-duty maritime electrification with customers in Europe, Asia, and Oceania, including Cochin Shipyards, building the world’s largest fleet of electric ferries in Kochi, India, and the major global shipyard Damen Shipyard in the Netherlands.

We are pleased to welcome Roy to the Echandia team. Entering Norway is an important milestone for Echandia. Norway is an important shipping country with a rapidly growing market for electrification in the maritime sector. With Roy in charge of our expansion, we are in a great position to establish our presence and meet the demands on this market”, says Magnus Eriksson, CEO and founder of Echandia.

Cutting emissions in the maritime sector is one of the transport industry’s greatest challenges. Echandia is lowering the environmental footprint within the sector by providing world class technology in battery and fuel cell systems for maritime applications.  I look forward to joining the Echandia team, and to contribute with my experience and expertise to develop Echandia’s solutions for a sustainable transport industry”, says Roy Storeng.