Ten European countries are joining forces to better protect their vital infrastructure at sea. This was revealed at the Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF) ministerial meeting on 13 June at the Marine Etablissement Amsterdam. In a joint statement, the ministers agreed to...
The Dutch government has revealed plans for the further growth of offshore wind energy until 2050. These assume the generation of around 50 GW of wind power capacity by 2040 and aim for around 70 GW by 2050. Besides electricity generation, the government also plans...
Dutch shipbuilder Royal IHC has joined the Dutch Underwater Knowledge Centre (DUKC). The knowledge platform unites Dutch companies and research institutes with expertise in underwater technology and particularly seeks to involve the Dutch maritime industry in the...
Effective immediately, the Lürssen Group will operate its naval shipbuilding business under the new umbrella brand NVL (Naval Vessels Lürssen). The NVL Group will unite all defence locations and thus all shipbuilding competencies of the Defence division. Newbuilds and...
The UK, US and Australia have struck a deal to form a defence and security partnership under the name AUKUS. It is to protect the countryies’ shared interests in the Indo-Pacific. The first initiative will be a collaboration on future nuclear-powered submarines...
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