Kimmo Rauma: Danfoss Editron

Kimmo Rauma: “Of course there’s some nervousness, a question mark over how much you want to show... [but] I believe it’s far better to be able to investigate how the technology can be improved”

Kimmo Rauma of Danfoss Editron, the company that helped bring hybridisation to the Estonian Police and Border Guard, is more than happy that the results from its latest installation onboard the 4.3MW ‘Ellen’ will be openly shared. In fact, he believes it’s the only real way forward.

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