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.
The British Port of Ayr has seen one of its busiest weeks with 10 vessels calling at the port, four of which being for renewable energy projects.
In this article, Mr Kalle Kägi, COO & Co-Founder at Planet OS, explains how climate change drives new business.
DNV GL’s Group President & CEO Remi Eriksen explains what our energy future will look like, based on the recently published Technology Outlook report.
Coal and gas-fired electricity generation last year drew less than half the record investment made in solar, wind and other renewables capacity – one of several important firsts for green energy announced in a UN-backed report.
Bureau Veritas has issued its first Approval in Principle for an Ocean Thermal Energy Converter (OTEC). The approval applies to a 1MW plant developed by the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering (KRISO) which will be built for installation off the coast of South Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati, in the South Pacific Ocean.
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- Maritime Health
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