About Rolls-Royce Power Systems
Rolls-Royce provides world-class power solutions and complete life-cycle support under its product and solution brand mtu. mtu systems power the most modern yachts, the strongest tugboats and the biggest land vehicles and provide energy for the world’s most important mission-critical applications. Rolls-Royce Power Systems delivers and services comprehensive, powerful and reliable systems, based on both gas and diesel engines, as well as electrified hybrid systems and batteries.
Fully utilizing the potential of digitalization and electrification, Rolls-Royce business unit Power Systems strives to develop climate-neutral drive and power generation solutions that are even cleaner and smarter and thus provide answers to the challenges posed by climate change and the rapidly growing societal demands for energy and mobility.
A sustainable solutions provider
Rolls-Royce Power Systems has committed to cutting Green House Gas emissions of its new products by 35% until 2030 compared to 2019. Rolls-Royce Power Systems is pursuing a multi-pillar strategy to reducing emissions: in addition to using sustainable fuels, it is building on new technologies such as fuel cell systems. These will be used in energy supply from 2025 onwards and will become relevant for mobile applications as well. Rolls-Royce Power System’s development engineers are also already working on hydrogen and methanol engines as well as concepts for decentralised power-to-X plants. Other sustainable solutions such as battery storage, hybrid systems for ships and trains or microgrids for decentralised, environmentally friendly energy supply are already part of the mtu product portfolio.
The 69m ShadoWOLF concept will make its debut at Monaco Yacht Show…
We examine some of the top semi-custom 50m Italian motor yachts on the market and see how they compare…
The seminar, at SMM Hamburg 6-9 September, will cover sustainable fuels, alternative propulsion systems and intelligent ship automation…
The 40m sub 300GT motor yacht has been delivered in La Spezia, en route to an American owner…
Francesco Struglia Design has revealed a new 50m trimaran concept with an experimental layout…
Hydrogen is the fuel of the future, but where will it come from? - Rolls-Royce is backing electrolysis and investing in Hoeller Electrolyzer…
The vessel was launched at Ferretti Group’s Ancona facility…