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Offshore Wind 2040 (OW2040) is on track to become a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) by the end of 2024. If the Research Council of Norway approves the FME application, OW2040 could become a world-leading hub for offshore wind development.
Did you miss Dhayalan Velauthapillai's BEL Lunch seminar presenting on research on nanomaterials for solar cells, Hydrogen and energy storage applications at Western Norway University of Applied Science? Watch it here!
Did you miss Finn Gunnar Nielsens presentation of NVE's report on new areas for renewable energy production at sea? Watch it here! Please note that the presentation was given in Norwegian language.
Did you miss Kristin Margrethe Flornes presentation of Eviny's pilot project from PILOT-E to develop solutions for increased flexibility in the power system? Watch it here!
In this presentation, Ingvald Torblå, CEO of Odda Technology, presents the plans and current status of the Green energy project Hardanger Hydrogen Hub.
Did you miss professor Ahmad Hemmati's presentation on Energy Informatics? Watch it here!
Wind energy has a very high potential for improvement, especially with regard to wake effects of the turbines within large wind farms. This work focuses the emphasis on potential of aerodynamically optimized wind park layouts and wake steering through yaw angle control.
Did you miss Jonas Solbakken and Velaug Myrseth Oltedal's presentation of HyValue? Watch it here!
Did you miss Peter Koch's presentation on green propulsion in shipping? Watch it here!
Did you miss Dr. Abdullah Al Arif's presentation on how offshore wind farms (OWFs) and fisheries interact within a climate change context? Watch the recorded webinar here!
Did you miss Jon O. Hellevang's presentation on seabed minerals and their role in the green shift? Watch it here!
Did you miss Runar Strand and Anne Jordal's presentation "Decision-making tools for roof-mounted solar panels"? Watch it here!
Did you miss Nils Møllerup's presentation "Bergen Harbour towards zero emission"? Watch it here!
Did you miss Kristian Holm's presentation of Equinor's Trollvind project? Watch it here!
Did you miss Atle Tvedt Pedersen's presentation "BIR’s Carbon Capture Project and how Waste to Energy can Contribute to Negative Emissions"? Watch it here!
At the Department of Chemistry researchers are working on the development of an alternative production method for ammonia. The aim is to replace the energy-intensive Haber-Bosch process with a less energy-demanding process based on renewable electricity, thus providing a route to the production of green ammonia.
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