Eneco secure asset management deal
The Prinses Amalia wind farm started to generate its first green power more than ten years ago. Since they came on stream, the park's 60 Vestas V80 turbines, each with a capacity of 2MW, have generated over 400 GWh every year. Partly due to the e...
Ørsted partners with CR of Taiwan
Global offshore wind leader Ørsted today signed a contract with CR Classification Society (CR) in Taiwan to collaborate on and support the development of local certification capabilities. With the signature of today’s contract, CR wil...
ABS provides E-Certificates
ABS announced on April 2 the launch of e-Certificates. Continuously available, tamper-proof, independently verifiable and secure digital equivalents of traditional ABS paper certificates, e-Certificates are now available to ABS’ entire classed-...
Message from MOL CEO envisioning future
On the occasion of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines' 134th anniversary, MOL released a message from our President & CEO, Junichiro Ikeda on April 2. Below is the full text. Greetings to all MOL Group members. First, I'd like to let you know that MOL ce...
Hyundai Electric completes world's largest ESS
One of the largest energy storage system (ESS) in the world, which was established by Hyundai Electric & Energy System at Korea Zinc Company's smelting works, Onsan-eup, Ulju-gun, Ulsan Metropolitan City, Korea, starts operation this month. ...
HHI Group bags sunlight generation works
Hyundai Heavy Industries Green Energy (Hyundai Green) and Hyundai Electric announced on April 2 that they have won an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract worth KRW 100bn (approximately $94.52m) for electric generator and ener...
KR-ROKN sign design MoU
Korean Register of Shipping (KR) and The Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) signed MoU for the design and co-development of naval vessels on March 30 at Busan. Two parties agreed to ▲exchange knowledge ▲codevelop naval vessel related technologi...
SHI Ningbo takes rotational leave
Under the influence of a lack of its order cover, Samsung Heavy Industries (Ningbo) Co., Ltd., Samsung Heavy Industries' (SHI's) Ningbo corporate in China is reportedly to conduct a rotational leave system for its executives and staff members. ...
Emergency meeting held for STX & Sungdong
South Gyeongsang Province of Korea had an emergency meeting on March 28 with labor union members from Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and STX Offshore & Shipbuilding. On the day, meeting attendees from labor groups stressed ...
Danfoss' seminar ended in success
Danfoss Korea's technology seminar has ended in great success in Pyeongchang County, South Gangwon Province, Korea. The company had the seminar on March 20 and 23 to celebrate the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. With a theme 'H...
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