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Dag Helge Hermundsgård, Research assistant, Department of Chemistry (UoB) will give us insight into a biorefinery approach to renewable energy and chemicals
Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law at UoB will present what’s new in EU State aid for renewable energy projects
NMBU will be leading the new PhD School Empowered Futures.
Louise Korsbæk Sondrup, Manager Innovation at Eviny will give us insight into energy solutions in the most Eco-friendly neighbourhood in Bergen - how to utilise the heating from a transformer in producing heat for a new neighbourhood
Jan Bartl, Associate Professor at IMM-HVL presents experimental investigation of wind farm flow effects on behalf of Camilla Hamre Aasnæs, master student Ocean Technology, UiB-HVL
Maria Bos Managing Director at Plug will give us insight into developing infrastructure for greener shipping and she will share Plug's approach to shore power.
Kristin Flornes, Senior Adviser at Eviny will give us insight into how Eviny works with innovation and new business. She will present together with three students from University of Bergen, Tiril Thielemann Try, Christian Åsvang and Tobias Farsund Sydberger
The heat transport into the Nordic Seas has increased steadily in volume and temperature over the last century, according to recent study.
Endre Bjørndal and Mette Helene Bjørndal, Professors at the Department of Business and Management Science, NHH will present some thoughts on interconnectors
Thea Gregersen, PhD Candidate, Centre for climate and energy transformation (CET) will present new results about climate attitudes among the norwegian population form the Norwegian Citizen Panel collected Autumn 2021
On World Ocean Day in June 2021, a unique Norwegian-Pacific PhD Scholarship Programme was picked as one of the first 60 UN Ocean Decade Actions worldwide and one of three Norwegian actions.
2021 saw the 50th anniversary of UNESCO’s visionary Man and Biosphere programme, which brought attention to the importance of biodiversity long before the Sustainable Development Goals put it on policy makers’ agenda. We spoke with UNESCO Chair Inger Elisabeth Måren at the University of Bergen about the programme’s importance.
Devyn Remme, PhD Candidate at Department of Geography at UiB will present the very interesting and very relevant topic of electric vehicle (EV) battery value chains, including their environmental and social impact
Gunnar Eskeland professor at NHH will give us more insight into decommissioning of offshore wind farms and which challenges lie ahead
Saturday 13 November 2021, the University of Bergen and the University of the West Indies signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen the ties between the two long-term partners.
Clemens Spensberger's research aims to drastically improve prediction of weather incidents, by describing and establishing climate links between different geographical regions.
Martin Fernø, Professor, Department of Physics and Technology at UiB will give us insight into storing carbon dioxide and hydrogen underground - ongoing research activities at UiB and its relevance to the Northern Lights project
Thor Humerfelt, Corvus Energy will give us insight into one of the big green shift development programmes

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