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We are now preparing for a new semester, and we would like to share with you the program for this autumn. We have many interesting topics planned, and more will be announched. The program will be a variaty of webinars, physical lunch-meetings and half-day seminars, and the format  will be specified for each event.
The date is now set for our half-day seminar at HVL this spring! This is the third in a series of transport related half day seminars considers the topic of a more sustainable future for aviation
On Wednesday the 18th of December we will have our first meeting where we start planning the program for the coming spring 2020.  The program will be announced at the beginning of the semester, so stay tuned for news on the website and our social media channels!  
This fall we have covered several topics and disciplines, ranging from carbon capture, to hydropeaking, and energy security. In this newsletter you will find a short summary of a couple of our meetings, in addition to the thoughts of one of our master’s students who got the opportunity to continue working with her project on ocean wind after finishing her masters, and an outlook on the semester... Read more
The 22-23 October Entro is organizing a seminar on sustainable cities and buidings, and as this is an important issue in relation to renewable energy, we would like to spread the word. The seminar will be held in norwegian. Below is their own description of the seminar
Earlier this August Statsraad Lehmkuhl sailed to Arendal, combining the voyage with a climate and renewable energy conference in collaboration with the Bjerknes Centre
The program for the fall 2019 is being planned as we speak, and we can already tell that a number of different topics will be addressed.
Our program this spring has been diverse, covering a broad range of topics and disciplines. Here in this newsletter you will find a short summary of a couple of our meetings and seminars, in addition to the thoughts of one of our most recent master’s students and an outlook on the semester to come.
The seminar that was held the 13th of February covered a broad range of aspects in relation to Smart Cities. The video of the seminar and the slide deck here can be found here.
Textile artist Margrethe Kolstad Brekke have for a number of years developed projects contextualizing the paradigm shift currently taking place within the energy sector.
Bergen Energy Lab together with BECCLE organized a half-day seminar on new trends in the electricity markets Monday 24th September at the Faculty of Law, UiB.
"Go to all the Energy Lab lunch meetings, seminars and use the resources available to you. Be interested and build a network."
“I’m pretty sure that my master studies will be very useful in my future career, as my ultimate goal is to be a structural engineer in designing and modeling wind turbines.”
Climate researcher Tore Furevik suggests that Norway should think big. Offshore wind can turn the country into a zero-emission society, as well as creating a major boost for the economy.
This fall semester has been full of highlights. In this edition of the Bergen Energy Lab newsletter, you get a chance to catch up on some of them.
Most people think charging an electric vehicle is easier than fuelling both diesel and petrol cars.
Dr. Siddharth Sareen gave a presentation on the political economy of energy transitions at Bergen Energy Lab on Tuesday November 20th.
- When talking about renewable marine energy, understanding and monitoring the harsh environmental conditions is a necessity, says Emilie Dorgeville from Aanderaa Data Instruments.

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