Ayro has received an Approval in Principle for its Oceanwings 3.6.3 wind assisted propulsion system for ships from DNV GL. This wind propulsion component will be used on the Canopee vessel designed to transport rocket parts for the Ariane 6 space vehicle. As incoming...
Wind-assisted ship propulsion seems to be gaining momentum. 2021 has kicked off with Norsepower installing its first tiltable Rotor Sail on a ro/ro vessel and Boomsma’s Frisian Sea sailing off with two eConowind VentiFoils. In addition, DNV GL gave its Approval...
DNV GL will change its name to just DNV on 1 March. The name had been in place since the 2013 merger between DNV (Det Norske Veritas) and GL (Germanischer Lloyd). The company says the change is a natural consequence of a successfully completed merger and of having...
For the first time, DNV GL has given an approval in principle for a standard design of a methanol-powered tanker. The design was made by the Korean shipyard Hyundai Mipo, engine manufacturer MA and the Methanol Institute, which promotes the use of the alternative fuel...
As the first successful pilots transition into the first commercial projects, floating offshore wind is opening up new vistas to offshore wind generation. To help expand the segment, DNV GL has released the first integrated rule set for floating offshore wind...
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