We will restore our oceans
…through the creation of new sustainable businesses
Grieg Edge is the dedicated innovation
unit within the Grieg Maritime Group
Green businesses to meet the customers’ needs
Shipping has prided itself on being the most environmentally friendly way of transporting cargo. It is time to take it further. Industry disruption, climate change and shifts in customer behaviour demand a new approach.
In Grieg Edge, we aim to identify and develop new business opportunities within shipping and related maritime segments – always with sustainability as a requirement. We aim to discover, understand and ultimately solve customer problems – alone or together with partners. And we intend to use the most efficient tools to design sustainable solutions for a new tomorrow.
Business segments in focus
Even with traditional fuels, seaborne transportation is the most environmentally way of transporting goods. We believe the short sea segment will be where shipping first becomes emission free.
To meet our climate goals, we need more non-GHG emission energy. With our experience in industrial shipping and transport of wind turbines, we believe in offshore wind as a significant supplier of power in the future.
Energy and infrastructure
Fuels for ships will change in the years to come. There are possibilities in wind, solar, hydrogen, ammonia and more. New fuels will demand new ways of producing, storing and distributing.
We have pledged to work to restore our oceans. We need to fix the plastics problem. We need to avoid heating of the oceans. We need to ensure biodiversity. There are many challenges – but we are confident we can meet them.
Whats new in Grieg Edge
Peak Group and Grieg Edge join forces
Through the new JV, Skarv Shipping Solutions, Peak Group and Grieg Edge aim to help ship and cargo owners reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases and reach their climate goals.
Partnering up for green fuels at Slagentangen
Together with ExxonMobil, North Ammonia and GreenH, we are looking at producing and distributing green ammonia and hydrogen out of the Slagen terminal.
A major milestone in the transition to sustainable shipping
Grieg Edge’s projected green ammonia fueled tanker got Approval in Principle by DNV last Friday. The next steps are developing the market and detailing the ship’s design.
We are a multidisciplinary team with broad experience in shipping, finance, technology, and startups. The Edge team is based in Bergen and Oslo, Norway.
Jan Øivind Svardal
CTO / Head of Short-Sea
Head of Ocean Ventures
Head of Energy and Infrastructure
Martine Gripp bay
Project Engineer and Analyst