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

Our mission is to share knowledge from both business world and academia. We want to encourage knowledge-based discussions and networking amongst our participants during our events, such as weekly informal lunch meetings and larger half-day seminars. These events are free of charge and open to all interested. An overview of our events can be found in the calendar

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Watch 'Some thoughts on interconnectors' here!

Endre Bjørndal and Mette Helene Bjørndal, Professors at the Department of Business and Management Science, NHH will present some thoughts on interconnectors

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Watch 'Climate attitudes: Fresh results from the Norwegian Citizen Panel' here!

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

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Watch 'Mapping the value chains of electric vehicles: social and environmental accounting' here!

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

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Watch 'Decommissioning of offshore wind farms: where are we and what challenges lie ahead' here!

Gunnar Eskeland professor at NHH will give us more insight into decommissioning of offshore wind farms and which challenges lie ahead

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Watch 'Storing carbon dioxide and hydrogen underground' here!

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

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