Naval Energies inaugurates the first dedicated tidal-turbine assembly plant:
two first OpenHydro tidal turbines will be assemble the plant in a few months
The three sections of the Scorpene® submarine, the Riachuelo, have been presented to the Brazilian authorities.
On 1 February 2018, Naval Group floated the FREMM multi-mission frigate Normandie on the Lorient site.
This vessel complements the group's extensive range of surface ships and submarines.
Naval Group and Lockheed Martin Australia welcomed the official opening of the program's Office.
The underwater, airborne and surface drones have been deployed thanks to the I4®Drones mission system.
The Naval Innovation Days (31st may – 1st june 2017) contribute to the sharing of a concerted roadmap of breakthrough innovations.
From 4th to 7th April 2017, the Group will exhibit at LAAD which will be held in Rio de Janeiro.
The first sea trials underline the quality of the conception and production of this new range of vessels.
DCNS and Bpifrance announce the creation of DCNS Energies, a new player with global ambitions in Marine Renewable Energies
They discussed progress on Australia’s Future Submarine Program.
The new heavily-armed frigate made for the international market.
Euronaval Exhibition from 17 to 21 October 2016 in Paris-Le Bourget.
DCNS delivers the second Mistral-class helicopter carrier to the Egyptian Navy, the LHD Anwar El Sadat
On 16 September 2016, DCNS floated the FREMM multi-mission frigate Bretagne in Lorient, France.
By 2020, DCNS will have supplied at least seven combat vessels to Egypt.
The second turbine bound for EDF’s Paimpol-Bréhat tidal array has been successfully deployed by OpenHydro, a DCNS company.
The second tidal turbine, today presented to Ségolène Royal, will soon be taken to its operating site
off the coast of Ploubazlanec.
Green light for planning permission for the future DCNS-OpenHydro tidal-turbine assembly workshop which will be located in Cherbourg en Cotentin. It will serve the installation in Raz Blanchard of a pre-commercial farm comprising seven tidal turbines.
The Shortfin Barracuda Block 1A will be one of the world’s most advanced conventionally powered submarine (4500t, >90m)
On 16 March 2016, DCNS delivered the FREMM frigate Languedoc intended for the French Navy.
Kalvari, the first SCORPENE®- class submarine, built for the Indian Navy by the Indian shipyard Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited, was launched on 28th October 2015 in Mumbai.
DCNS has floated the French Navy’s FREMM multi-mission frigate Auvergne in Lorient.
DCNS signed a contract with the Ministry of Defence of the Arab Republic of Egypt for the supply of a FREMM multi-mission frigate.
The FREMM Normandie returned to port on the DCNS site in Lorient, at the end of its third series of sea trials.
Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) is moving forward with a study to evaluate the feasibility.
The Mohammed VI is the first vessel from the DCNS FREMM to be acquired by an international customer.
The sea is this planet’s future. DCNS are inventing high-tech solutions to sustainably secure and develop its potential.
FREMM frigate Normandie, the second of the Aquitaine class for the French Navy, put to sea for the first time on 25 October.
DCNS positions itself as a world leader in marine renewable energies.
SMX 26 is a small submarine designed for operation in very shallow waters.