Explore our special reports

In addition to the Energy Transition Outlook main report, you can explore our special reports. 


Maritime Forecast to 2050 

To help the maritime industry navigate a way forward to shift to carbon-neutral fuels, our 6th Maritime Forecast to 2050 report offers a fresh outlook on regulations, drivers, technologies, and fuel availability. 

It considers several critical issues underpinning the decarbonization challenge: 

  • What comprehensive production, distribution and bunkering infrastructures are required
  • What the future fuel-mix might look like
  • Ways to find the most efficient and cost-effective ship designs
  • And the potential impact of regional policy interventions like the creation of green corridors


Hydrogen Forecast to 2050 

DNV’s first dedicated hydrogen forecast to 2050 provides new and expanded hydrogen findings from our Energy Transition Outlook model – exploring the outlook globally, regionally, and by sector.

  • When, where and by how much will hydrogen scale?
  • In which sectors will hydrogen and derivatives be used?
  • How will hydrogen be transported and traded?
  • What will be spent on hydrogen through to 2050?


Regional reports 

The Energy Transition Outlook includes a forecast for ten global regions. You find the regional reports from page 220 in the main report:

  • North America 
  • Latin America 
  • Europe 
  • Middle East and North Africa 
  • Sub-Saharan Africa 
  • Indian Subcontinent 
  • Greater China 
  • South East Asia 
  • North East Eurasia 
  • OECD Pacific


Country reports

The Energy Transition Outlook includes a forecast for ten global regions. We have zoomed into specific countries in the region Europe:

  • Norway
  • United Kingdom (to come)


Technology Progress Report 2021

Explores how ten key energy transition technologies will develop, compete, and interact in the coming five years.


Financing the energy transition 2021

DNV’s Financing the Energy Transition research focuses on the financial opportunities and challenges for financiers, policymakers, developers, and energy companies