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#37: EVs On A Huge Scale | Electric Ships and Ferries



Here's a PRELIMINARY diagram of the systems of the Washington State Jumbo Mark 2 ferry systems, electrified.

PO05585-01-M013A simplified onlinepdf

Here are some PRELIMINARY 3d renderings of what the charging arm will look like on the converted Washington State Ferries:



And here are our references:


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