Though the latest meeting of IMO’s Marine Environmental Protection was widely criticized for taking “just baby steps” on decarbonization, some of those steps still place a significant compliance burden on shipowners. For
Two coastal cruise ships are a step nearer to being able to travel the coast of Norway emissions-free for up to 20 hours. DNV has awarded HAV Group ASA preliminary approval for
Seably, an online marketplace for maritime training owned by the Swedish Shipowners Association, has become the first of a new breed of digital training platforms to receive a new DNV competence certification,
Reporting that blackout incidents on cruise ships are on the rise, DNV has released a new guidance titled “Managing the risk of blackouts.” It addresses the main causes and associated risks of
A 92-foot crew transfer vessel (CTV) concept design developed by All American Marine and Teknicraft Design has gained an Approval in Principle (AiP) from classification society DNV. The quad engine concept vessel
Classification society DNV has signed a non-binding letter of intent with PowerX, the Japanese company that thinks there’s a better way than subsea cables to bring electricity ashore from offshore wind farms.
U.K.-based AFC Energy reports that DNV, has now awarded its Approval in Principle (AiP) status for the ZeroCoaster ammonia fueled cargo ship, confirming an independent assessment that the ship’s design is feasible
DNV is to acquire Amsterdam-headquartered industrial cybersecurity specialist Applied Risk. It says the two companies will join forces with the aim of building the world’s largest industrial cybersecurity practice, defending critical infrastructure
Get set for new European Union GHG regulations for all ships calling EU ports. Just how tough and how soon? An explainer from classification society DNV says that the regulations will come
DNV has awarded Navigator Gas an Approval in Principle (AiP) for an ammonia-fueled gas carrier design developed by industrywide consortium, including MAN Energy Solutions, Babcock International, and the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA).