Offshore service vessel provider Tidewater has contracted HAV Group ASA’s subsidiary Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) to deliver a battery package and associated control system for battery charging to be retrofitted on board the platform supply vessel (PSV) M.V. North Pomor.
HAV Group ASA reported revenues of NOK 159.9 million in the second quarter of 2022, down from NOK 303 million in the same quarter in 2021, and an EBIT of NOK 13.9 million (36.8). Fluctuations in turnover are to be expected due to the company's project-based business model. The development in the maritime market generates good opportunities, and HAV Group reiterates the 2025 revenue outlook of NOK 1.3 billion.
HAV Hydrogen is set to launch a deck-based containerized hydrogen (H2) energy system for ships in order to fast-track the commercial use of hydrogen as ship fuel.
Learn how to submit questions during the webcast presentation of Q2 on wednesday 31 August 2022
HAV Group ASA invites investors, analysts and journalists to the presentation of the second quarter financial results 2022.
Maritime industry supplier Norwegian Electric Systems has appointed Siv Remøy-Vangen as its new managing director.
Gunnar Larsen, CEO i HAV Group, stiller i panelet til den store hydrogendebatten som arrangeres 16. august under Arendalsuka.
PRESS RELEASE: Volstad Maritime has contracted Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) to deliver the battery package and associated control system for battery charging to the M/S Volantis subsea construction vessel.
The battery pack delivered by NES enables the ship to sail emission-free and silently in and out of the world heritage fjord.
Havila Kystruten`s newest ship, Havila Castor, made history in the Geirangerfjord on 2 June 2022 – operating the first zero emission cruise through the world heritage fjord. The ship is packed with sustainable solutions from HAV Group.
DNV has awarded HAV Group ASA preliminary approval for its hydrogen-based energy system.
HAV Group ASA invites investors, analysts and journalists to the presentation of the first quarter financial results 2022.
HAV Group ASA (HAV Group, OSE: HAV) today announces the acquisition of the remaining 22.72 percent of the shares of fast-growing subsidiary Norwegian Greentech AS (Norwegian Greentech), bringing HAV Group’s total ownership to 100 percent.
ESVAGT has chosen HAV Design to develop an offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV) that will service renewable giant Ørsted’s UK East Regional programme.
HAV Group ASA has been granted preliminary approval for the hydrogen-based energy system developed in the FreeCO2ast project. The approval is a major step towards the commercial use of hydrogen fuel by a commercial vessel.
Royal Arctic Line has taken delivery of two newbuild cargo vessels that will operate in Greenland. HAV Design has designed the vessels.
Scandlines has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) a contract to deliver an onshore charging system to the ferry operator’s berth in Rødby, Denmark, for the newbuild zero emission ferry.
HAV Group is looking for a forward-thinking and experienced R&D Manager with a burning desire to contribute to the green shift in maritime industry.
«Havila Capella» fikk prisen under Nor-Shipping-utstillingen i dag. Skipet er spekket med bærekraftige nyvinninger fra HAV Group-konsernet.
The Research Council of Norway invests NOK 200 million (EUR 20,271,400) in HYDROGENi: a new centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to hydrogen and ammonia.
Shipbuilding group VARD has awarded Norwegian Greentech a contract to deliver the ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) to six marine robotic vessels that will be built at Vard Vung Tau in Vietnam for an undisclosed shipowner.
HAV Group ASA reported revenue of NOK 224.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2021 (Q4 2020: NOK 143.1 million), with an operating profit of NOK 25.4 (-12.0), corresponding to a margin of 11.3%. The company reiterates the solid outlook and targets 2025 revenue of NOK 1.3 billion, with periodic fluctuations reflecting the project-driven strategy.
Learn how to submit questions during the webcast presentation of Q4 on Friday March 11 2022.
HAV Group CEO, Gunnar Larsen, recently joined Ida Bergitte Andersen Hundvebakke in her podcast "Aksjekaffe with IDA" to give listeners more insight into HAV Group’s different subsidiaries, our history, thoughts about the future and more.
HAV Group ASA invites investors, analysts and journalists to the presentation of the fourth quarter financial results 2021.
Norwegian Greentech has received the important US Coast Guard (USCG) approval for its ballast water treatment system (BWTS).
Cemre Shipyard has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) a substantial contract to supply the battery and control systems, plus act as system integrator for a zero-emission ferry that the Turkish shipyard is building for Scandlines.
Maritime industry supplier Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) is set to establish a new subsidiary company and open an office in Istanbul, Turkey, to provide even better services to Turkish and other shipyards in southern Europe.
29 December 2021 – Ship engineering company Peak Marine Tech AS has awarded HAV Group’s subsidiary Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) a contract to supply the battery and control systems to enable zero emission cable lay operations from the converted Fjord Connector cable lay vessel owned by Seaworks Kabel AS.
12 December 2021 – Havila Capella embarks on her maiden voyage from Bergen, Norway, today. HAV Group ASA and its subsidiary companies have been key contributors towards realising the “greenest” voyage along the Norwegian coastline.
CEO Gunnar Larsen will present HAV Group at Fearnley Securities Annual Renewables & Clean-Tech Conference on Wednesday 24 November 2021.
3. November 2021 – Når Havila Kystruten i dag tar levering på det første av selskapets fire kystruteskip, «Havila Capella», er det et skip spekket med miljøvennlige nyvinninger fra HAV Group-konsernet.
International shipping company Gearbulk has contracted HAV Group subsidiary Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) to provide the battery system for a new crane to be installed on board the general cargo vessel EMU Arrow.
Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1 has contracted Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) to act as system integrator and deliver power control, distribution and battery systems to three ferries that will be converted from gas and diesel propulsion to zero emission battery operation.
Turnover has increased fivefold in just a few years, and Norwegian Greentech is now developing a team for further growth
The NorthWind research centre on wind energy launched its activities yesterday with its first General Assembly
HAV Design has signed a contract for two new battery-powered ferries, which means that the ferries at the gateway to the Geirangerfjord will also be quiet, clean, and green.
More than 120 vessels have been built using a HAV design. Now, HAV Design has been awarded its biggest redesign contract to date for major modifications to adapt a ship to changes in the market.
HAV Design has developed a live fish carrier with the smallest climate and environmental footprint in the world per kilo of transported salmon. The boat is ordered by Frøy AS and will be put into operation for Cermaq after delivery
Norwegian Electric Systems has won a contract from Green Yard Kleven to deliver energy design and smart control solution to Rem Offshore’s new ship for the offshore wind service market, which will be the first in this segment with a fully-integrated NES bridge system.
Four companies with special expertise in digitalisation, energy efficiency and zero-emission solutions in the marine and maritime industry are joining forces in HAV Group ASA.
A European player is set to use Havyard’s expertise in hydrogen and maritime technology to develop a new zero-emission ship concept
Today, Norsk Fisketransport AS is taking delivery of a new Havyard wellboat that offers greater salmon capacity, enhanced fish welfare and a greener propulsion system
Havyard delivered the wellboat ‘Reisa’ to Norsk Fisketransport this week. Reisa is the first vessel in the world to boast the bridge system Raven INS developed by Norwegian Electric Systems.
On Friday, New Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik handed over yet another windfarm service vessel to the Danish shipping company ESVAGT. Havyard thereby cements its position as the leading supplier of special vessels for the offshore wind industry.
Geir Larsen will take over as the new Managing Director of Norwegian Electric Systems and will further develop the company’s position in energy design and smart control as part of the green shift.
In 2018, Havyard Design & Solutions won a contract for the delivery of two ship designs to Royal Arctic Line A/S. Reefer vessel design was a new segment for Havyard and the first of the two ships, ‘Siuana Arctica’, has now been delivered from the Astilleros Zamakona yard in Spain.
Havyard’s complete hydrogen system for ships will be completed in 2021, and the group is now establishing a separate company to meet market demand for the solution, which will make it possible also for large ships to sail longer distances with zero emissions.
Norway's biggest ferry company has ordered two new ferries from Havyard Design & Solutions. They will be the first to benefit fully from Havyard LAB's new and unique three-step tool to become safer and more environmentally friendly. This could result in considerable savings.
Havyard Design & Solutions (HDS) with a new design concept for zero-emission sightseeing vessels.
Odd Gunnar Kleppe steps down as EVP / general manager