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Stadt received the OSJ Environmental Award 2014

During a ceremony in London, STADT received the OSJ environmental award for its 5 generation STASCHO No-Loss drives, based on a patented sine-wave AC motor control technology.

STADT director Hallvard Slettevoll received the award during a gala dinner arranged by OSJ, where 450 leaders from the international maritime industry was present.

The award was given to STADT after the nomination by the international advisory panel of the conference, and also based on online votes from the readers of Offshore Support Journal, and was granted in a major competition among the international  leaders of electric propulsion technologies.   

 

STADT-director Hallvard Slettevoll expressed his gratitude for the award on behalf of the company, and believes that the award can be seen as a confirmation that  the No-Loss technology will continue to attract new customers both in the offshore market and elsewhere.

 

To find out more, please visit the Stadt website here.

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