DNV GL supported acquisition of the Metsälamminkangas wind farm by providing technical advisory and due diligence, including assessment of the project’s risks and opportunities and participation in contract negotiations. The wind farm will be the third largest in the country, following start of operation in 2022.
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DNV GL research paper ‘The promise of seasonal storage’ finds that price of seasonal storage, if based on compressed hydrogen, could become cost-competitive with alternative forms of long-term storage. Rise of synthetic fuels can provide a critical stepping-stone for the use of seasonal storage applications. Overall need for additional storage solutions is lower than expected. Growing number of electric vehicles in our transport system will provide most of the needed energy storage solutions.
Interface between renewable energy projects and grid operators can be assessed faster. Digital measurement environment and test setup reduce costs for the preparation of certification in the manufacturing process. Mobile solution enables more flexible and hence cost-effective measurement of individual components.
‘Phasing out carbon – How to decarbonise north-western Europe’s energy mix in the run-up to 2050’
Ocean Sun introduces floating solar solution for man-made reservoirs and coastal waters. Floating solar opens up tremendous opportunities to provide the world with sufficient renewable energy. The solution from Ocean Sun is the first floating solar design of its kind to receive a Statement of Conformity from DNV GL, verifying its accordance with global safety standard.
DNV GL identifies new battery storage chemistries, high-temperature heat pumps and green hydrogen with the potential to significantly decarbonize CO2 heavy industries by 2030
Just over half (52%) of Distribution Network Operators have digitalization as a core part of their publicly stated strategy, falling to 39% for Transmission System Operators. One third of the T&D industry considers itself less advanced than the wider energy industry in its current application of digitalization. 67% of respondents highlighted need for employees with combined data and domain expertise.
However, despite this warning, 69% of the respondents still think that the government’s Road to Zero strategy,