Barcelona, Spain - 10th March 2014 DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts, today announced the launch of its guideline “Subsea power cables in shallow water renewable energy applications” (DNV-RP-J301), which provides a comprehensive review of subsea power cable practice and advice for managing the risk commonly associated with the cables.
For years, the US has seen jobs in manufacturing go overseas. In order to reverse the trend, a network of hubs in advanced manufacturing is opening throughout the country. Last week, quoting Germany as an example of manufacturing innovation, President Obama took another step forward toward fulfilling his vision for a full national network of up to 45 manufacturing innovation institutes, and announced the opening of two new hubs, one in which DNV GL became a proud member.
DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts (uniting Garrad Hassan, KEMA, DNV, GL Certification), will be participating at the EWEA 2014 Annual Event in Barcelona between the 10th-13th March 2014 (stand 7B20 in Hall 7).
German-based shipowner Harren & Partner will implement the DNV GL business intelligence software systems ShipManager Analyzer and ShipManager QHSE for its entire fleet of 52 vessels. Both innovative systems will enable Harren & Partner to extract data from operational systems and optimize management of its ships.
Motivated by stricter environmental regulations, growing pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, rising fuel costs and the availability of new energy sources, the shipping industry is now forced to consider alternative fuels and new technologies. Battery-ready vessels might be one of these alternatives.
DNV GL is now running a pilot project that prepares the ground for the establishment of a Maritime Battery Forum which will work to ensure that Norway is a world leader in maritime battery-based value creation.
Singapore, 3 March 2014 - DNV GL has opened a new laboratory in Singapore to deliver innovative and integrated solutions for the marine and offshore industries.
Innovation in spotlight as DNV GL and Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore sign maritime R&D Memorandum of Understanding.
DNV GL kicked off its 150th anniversary year with an event in Singapore for more than 500 customers, employees and stakeholders, together exploring insights and actions necessary to achieve its vision of ‘global impact for a safe and sustainable future’.
DNV GL was named the ‘Risk Management Consultancy of the Year’ at the Global Risk Awards 2014.