Energy transition

The energy transition itself is the greatest source of risk – and opportunity
Energy Transition Outlook 2018

 Explore what the energy future looks like, how it will impact various industries, and how to best navigate an uncertain energy future.

Insights: Energy transition

  • Maritime

Sharing economy in the maritime industry

Open Simulation Platform is an ecosystem for collaborative digital twin simulations that will enable virtual exploration of solutions for designing, commissioning, operating and assuring complex, integrated systems.

  • Maritime

Entering a new era for the heavy-lift business

MPV | As the most complex cargo ship type, MPVs across all categories must adjust to new market and operating conditions. Despite tight margins, a major fleet renewal over the next decade is necessary to stay competitive.

How containerships win tomorrow: Size, renewable energy and digitalization

The containership segment faces an entirely new set of technological challenges: Transport more goods while using less energy ‒ and ultimately, decarbonize. Two DNV GL experts explain how this could be achieved.

  • Power and renewables

Wind energy – going offshore

Wind power has significantly grown in the last two years, particularly in Europe and North America. For the future of offshore wind, we expect strengthened support bypassing community opposition, and a fast uptake of offshore wind in new regions where this technology is yet unexploited.

Towards trustworthy industrial AI systems

DNV GL recently released a position paper giving perspectives on what needs to be considered in developing verification processes and the assurance of AI systems in industrial contexts. Read this summary of its main points.

Watch: DNV GL's forecasted timeline of the energy transition through to 2050

Follow the peaks and milestones of the energy transition across industries in this animated timeline.

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