Vestas designs, manufactures, installs, and services wind turbines across the globe.Read more
Ocean Sun wanted to prove to the world, clients and investors that their product is sustainable, robust and safe and turned to DNV GL to verify all technical aspects of their floating solar solution.
First utility-scale public tender for floating PV in south-east Asia
Equinor, a broad energy company, developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy in more than 30 countries worldwide.Read more
The Pile Soil Analysis (PISA) Joint Industry Project (JIP) focused on developing an improved design methodology for laterally loaded monopiles.
Analytics tool reveals that operator’s power curve performance was reduced by 2% - stopping USD 80,000 loss over the turbine’s lifetime
DNV GL delivers remote inspections of wind farm for EDF in Canada during COVID-19 related travel restrictions
RES, the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, is active in wind, solar, energy storage, transmission and distribution.Read more
Development of a proposed performance standard for a battery storage system connected to a domestic/small commercial solar PV system
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund’s latest acquisition brings its portfolio to four projects with a total planned capacity of 29 MW
Real-time information about the condition of Örsundkraft’s grid system provides vital insights for grid maintenance and reinvestment services.
DNV GL’s second annual Battery Performance Scorecard provides independent ranking and evaluation of battery vendors based on testing performed in DNV GL’s laboratories.Read more
Helping the customer to reduce exposure to the merchant risks of the European wholesale electricity market.
DNV GL acts as adviser to Lundin Energy and Sval Energi for acquisition of third largest wind farm in Finland
In a global crisis, remote and digital solutions can help you to deliver your projects, mitigate uncertainty, adapt to changing conditions and become more carbon resilient with flexible solutions such as remote inspections, remote measurements and virtual site visits.
The world is electrifying. The share of electricity in the total energy mix will more than double to 45% by 2050. Renewable energy, led by solar photovoltaic (PV), will supply that growth and replace much of today’s fossil-fuel generated electricity. The reason? Cost.