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Aqua SuperPower and X Shore Team Up to Electrify Boating


X Shore, the Norwegian electric boat builder, and Aqua superPower, the maker of marine fast chargers, have announced a strategic alliance to promote electric boating in North America and Europe.

Aqua superPower says they make the first fully dockside network of fast chargers for electric boats that are specifically engineered for use in marine environments.

X Shore’s Eelex 8000 electric boat has received numerous awards. X Shore will connect its boats to Aqua superPower’ superchargers at boat shows and other installations to help speed electric boat adoption.

Aqua superPower and X Shore said they teamed up to promote their common mission to reduce the impact of boating emissions on the marine environment.

You can read more about it at the Electrek website.



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