New consortium eyes bunkering station on Bornholm

Bornholm Bunker Hub, a new international shipping consortium, has been launched to explore possibilities of establishing a bunkering station with green marine fuel on Bornholm.  As informed, the consortium behind Bornholm Bunker Hub comprises eight partners: Ørsted, Molslinjen, Haldor Topsoe, … Read More

Bureau Veritas grants first type approval for LTO battery system

Swedish energy system supplier Echandia Marine has obtained type approval from the classification society Bureau Veritas for its lithium titanium oxide (LTO) battery system. As disclosed, the solution aims to meet high international performance and safety requirements, as well as … Read More

Bureau Veritas to class 10 all-electric ferries in Portugal

Classification society Bureau Veritas will carry out the classification process of ten all-electric ferries after signing the contract with Portuguese river passenger operator, Transtejo. As informed, the vessels are currently under construction at the Gondán Shipyard in Spain and will … Read More

Wind-assisted, LNG-electric containership Trade Wings 2,500 wins BV’s AiP

The 2,500 TEU vessel, which has been designed jointly by VPLP Design, Alwena Shipping, SDARI and AYRO, received an Approval in Principle (AiP) from the classification society Bureau Veritas. With an overall length of 197 meters and a breadth of … Read More

Bureau Veritas Adds Construction Management Services to Company Offerings

Bureau Veritas, a company that specializes in testing, inspection and certification (TIC), has acquired Bradley Construction Management, a U.S.-based provider of construction management services for the renewable energy sector. Bradley Construction Management provides owner’s representation as well as construction and … Read More

Carbon Collectors gets green light for its CO2 barge-push tug design

A CO2 transport and storage barge-push tug combination, developed as part of the Carbon Collectors initiative, has won approval in principle from Bureau Veritas. The concept was developed by Dutch shipyard Royal Niestern Sander and the shipping company Imodco Royal Wagenborg. … Read More