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Extraordinary action needed to achieve sustainability

One year after the SDGs’ launch, businesses, governments, organizations and individuals everywhere have started to work towards the global goals. However, the DNV GL Future of Spaceship Earth forecast shows that none of the goals will be met in all regions of the world.

India plans renewable energy projects at Major Ports

The Ministry of Shipping of the Republic of India is keen to promote the use of renewable sources of energy and is in the process of installing solar and wind based power systems at all the Major Ports across India.

DNV GL: Test unit developed for measuring OVRT tests

DNV GL adds to its service offering offers in the field of electrical measurement for renewable energy producers with a mobile test laboratory for carrying out “Over Voltage Ride Through” (OVRT) tests.

UK port to invest in wind turbines

The UK’s Port of Cromarty Firth has welcomed the biggest single delivery of wind turbine components to the port, to complete 17 complete wind turbine towers for the Corriemoille windfarm in Garve, Ross-shire.

Research vessel runs on biofuel

Harnessing the University of California’s leadership in sustainability and pledge to become carbon neutral by 2025, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Associate Director Bruce Appelgate had a bright idea: What if Scripps Oceanography at UC San Diego began using 100 percent renewable diesel fuel, or biofuel, to power its research vessels?

First offshore wind service vessel from Ulstein launched

The first vessel within the renewable energy segment, and also the first with the newly-developed X-STERN™ hull line design, has been launched from Ulstein Verft. The service operation vessel for the offshore wind industry is one of two being constructed for Bernhard Schulte Offshore, and will be working for Siemens.


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