Ship operators, ports and cargo owners around the world can now revolutionise their journey to Net Zero through NatPower and its groundbreaking clean Energy-as-a-Service model.
NatPower is a trailblazing independent clean energy enabler with a mission to cut emissions drastically across the global maritime sector. Their aim is to remove a critical bottleneck – the need for clean energy infrastructure onshore, at anchorage and offshore.
NatPower Marine is led by CEO and Managing Director Stefano D.M. Sommadossi, founder of NextEnergy Capital, WiseEnergy, Nexcentrica, and Chairman Fabrizio Zago (pictured), founder of Building Energy and BE Charge, both with more than 25 years of experience in renewable energy in five continents.
NatPower Marine is set to deliver a comprehensive, clean Energy-as-a-Service, facilitating onshore and offshore electrification, including anchorage. This will be accomplished through a meticulously planned network of clean energy infrastructure, including hydrogen filling stations (crafted by Zaha Hadid) strategically located in commercial ports, catering specifically to service vessels.
Additionally, NatPower H has been launched for the leisure sector, backed by a substantial €100 million investment across multiple locations in the Mediterranean Sea.
NatPower Marine’s solutions are rooted in collaboration and a deep understanding of the requirements of ship operators, ports and cargo owners. It has brought together a high level-team of experts in maritime and renewable energy innovation.
“We are a well-capitalised global energy provider and developer, with presence in North and South America, UK, Europe and Asia, determined to accelerate the transition to Net Zero in maritime, one of the most challenging-to-address sectors, with a need of 4.0 PWh of electricity by 2025, the amount consumed by the US in a year,” says Stefano D.M. Sommadossi. “Acting as a long-term partner, we will use our data-led insights to understand the needs of our customers and provide them with integrated services and end-to-end infrastructure.”