Energy Lab

Energi - sivilingeniørprogrammet

The Energy Lab is a forum for exchange of information on research results and activities related to renewable energy and energy transition.

The Energy Lab hosts weekly informal lunch-meetings and larger half-day seminars. These events are free of charge and open to all interested. Future events can be found in the calendar. If you want to speak at a future event, please let us know by filling out this form.

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Newsletter - October 2017

Get up to date on what happened in the Bergen Energy Lab in October in this newsletter.


Martin Greve (IFT): Nanotechnology for harvesting solar energy

Martin Greve is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Physics and Technology. On the 24th of October, he presented results from work carried out at the Bergen NanoStructures Laboratory including the use of metal nanoparticles to create highly efficient solar cells.


Jeff Graves (ABO Plan & Arkitektur) - An introduction to BREEAM

Jeff Graves is an architect working for ABO Plan & Arkitektur in Bergen, and the leader of the local BREEAM support network, BREEAM Support Hordaland. On the 17th of October, Jeff gave an introductory presentation to what BREEAM is and how it is used at the Bergen Energy Lab.


Gisela Böhm (Department of Psychosocial Science) - Public acceptance of energy sources

In a joint Energy Lab/DIGSSCORE/CET lunch-meeting, professor Gisela Böhm from the Department of Psychosocial Science presented survey results on public acceptance of different energy sources.