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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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Spring 2022 Summary

We will be back with our weekly BEL lunch meetings Tuesday August 30th. In the meantime, we have a lot of webinars for you to watch from this past semester! 

VIDEO ARCHIVE

Watch 'Development and growth of a hydrogen energy sector' here!

Did you miss Arvid Nøttvedt's (Strategic Adviser - Energy in NORCE) talk about development and growth of a hydrogen energy sector? Don't worry, you can watch it here!

VIDEO ARCHIVE

Watch "World’s first full scale test of a ship engine fuelled by ammonia" here!

Watch the presentation where Tore Kallevåg, Vice president Sales and Business development, Sustainable Energy AS, give insight into the world’s first full scale test of a ship engine fuelled by ammonia!

VIDEO ARCHIVE

Watch 'Norseman Wind: Offshore Wind in Norway - the big picture' here!

Harald Dirdal, partner og project developer at Njordr, give us insight into Norseman Wind: Offshore Wind in Norway - the big picture

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Watch: Risk reduction for hydrogen installations by partial suppression of explosions

Matthijs van Wingerden, PhD Candidate, Department of Physics and Technology (UoB) will give us insight into risk-reduction for hydrogen installations by partial suppression of explosions

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