Plug Shore Power

Clean port. Clean air. Clean coast.

We deliver shore power to ships at berth so they can stop their engines and reduce the air pollution from the ship. Plug has built Europe's largest shore power facility in Bergen, Norway, and is planning to build shore power in several ports nationally and internationally.

Order shore power in Bergen

You will be sent to the website of the Port of Bergen for booking.
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Plug makes your port ready for the future

We want long-term partnerships with local ports. Plug can contribute with both financing, competence, development and operation of shore power facilities in your port.

An increasing number of shiipping companies and governments are exploring shore power possibilities. Make your port more attractive and contribute to a better environment locally and globally.

World-class technology and knowledge

Plug is Norway's only dedicated shore power company and works with both national and international ports. We work with leading suppliers to get the best shore power technology.

We build on international standard

Plug offers shore power according to the International Standards IEC 80005-3 (low-voltage) and IEC 80005-1 (High voltage). We adapt solutions for each individual port, according to to traffic and specific needs.
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“Either we are facilitating a sustainable cruise industry, or cruiseturism does not have a future. There is no reason to accept that cruise boats should pollute in our ports and fjords when we can remove these emissions by providing shore power.”
— JOHNNY BREIVIK, PORT DIRECTOR AT BERGEN HAVN, NORWAY'S LARGEST CRUISE PORT

Benefits for shipping companies

Environmentally friendly – The future of energy for ships in port

Good operating economy for the shipping company

Safe and easy connection

Customers want lower emissions

First in line for space in the quais

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“We will develop, build and operate facilities that will supply ships with clean energy. We want to be a driving force for establishing shore power In several ports.”
— JANNICKE HILLAND, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF BKK, WESTERN NORWAY'S LARGEST POWER COMPANY
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