On the afternoon of September 1, it was announced that China’s first oil electric hybrid marine luxury catamaran “Dawan District No. 1” was officially put into operation at the cruise home port of Shekou, Shenzhen. “Dawan District No.1” is built by China Merchants Group, and is equipped with an oil electric hybrid propulsion system jointly developed by China Merchants Group, CRRC and Ningde times, with independent intellectual property rights, and equipped with Ningde era power battery. < p > < p > < p > “Dawan District No.1” will be constructed in December 2019 and delivered on August 14, 2020. On August 26, the first voyage of “Dawan District No.1” was successfully completed. “Dawan District No.1” is 71.95m long, 18.72m wide, designed draft of 2.57M, passenger quota of 350, operating speed of 14 knots, full load displacement of 1350 tons. The cruise ship will travel back and forth between Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macao. Each voyage lasts 4 hours, including 40 minutes of pure electric travel. The new hybrid power setting enables the ship to meet the standards of “ultra-low emission, ultra-low pollution and ultra-low noise”. < p > < p > < p > < p > “Dawan District No.1” carries Ningde era power battery system. The whole ship has 144 high-energy density battery packs and adopts advanced CTP (cell to pack) module free technology. The total power consumption reaches 2520kwh, equivalent to the power of 200 hybrid cars. The battery compartment is located on both sides of the bow bottom cabin. Air conditioning is installed in the cabin to control the temperature at 25 ± 2 ℃. The IP67 waterproof design is adopted for the battery pack, which can effectively avoid the safety risks caused by water vapor, salt fog and dust. At the same time, the shell of the battery pack is made of high-strength steel plate, which meets the relevant regulations of the classification society. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4

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