Our Wind Challenger and Wind Hunter projects were featured on Japanese Yahoo News on April 28th.We read public comments to the article with much interest. https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/ba23119c024d337a629d8c5e7b0f95fd0f1ce6f5 (in Japanese) The original article was published from Merkmal, a news site focused on transportation and mobilty industry in the Environment/SDGs category.
The first hard windsail of the Wind Challenger has been completed at the Oshima Shipbuilding. It will be installed on a bulk carrier and will be sold and operated by MOL, as a specialized vessel for Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc.. Please refer to the following press release from MOL for photos and more details.
We are pleased to announce that PBCF (Propeller Boss Cap Fin), invented by our CEO and currently sold by MOL Techno Trade, has been recognized by Guinness World Records™ as the “Most Sold Marine Energy Saving Device Brand (Cumulative Unit)”. The news has also been featured in several U.S. magazines which you could browse them […]
We are pleased to announce the successful completion of a demonstration experiment in Sasebo City, Nagasaki which we have been taking place since September. Here is the list of media coverage of the event; ・Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL)“Wind Hunter Project, the ultimate zero-emission ship that runs on wind and hydrogen, has successfully completed a demonstration […]
Our President and CEO, Kazuyuki Ouchi, has been nominated as one of six individuals for the Outstanding Contribution to the Wind Propulsion Sector Award in the International Windship Association’s (IWSA) Wind Propulsion Innovation Award 2021. This award is given to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the wind propulsion sector, and the […]
To start the Wind Hunter demonstration experiments in September, we visited the mayor of Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, with our project members. We plan to conduct water tank tests, performance measurements, and equipment installation on a real ship as well as actual voyage in Sasebo City. An article(only in Japanese) with photo of the visit […]
FastCompany.com, the web version of the American business magazine “Fast Company”, has featured “The Wind Hunter” as one of proposals for the shipping industry to become carbon neutral. For more information on The Wind Hunter project, please see “Utilizing Ocean Wind Energy“.
After 20 years of business since establishment, we have renewed our corporate website.We have posted past achievements and ongoing projects by Ouchi Ocean Consultant, and made it available to search and view published papers by CEO, Kazuyuki Ouchi.We look forward to connecting and working with you in the future.