News archive for Bergen Energy Lab (BEL)
The project is a series of visual artworks, based on a selection of essential key questions defining the complex and messy process of energy transition.
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.
The Bergen Offshore Wind Centre officially opened on 13 September. For the University of Bergen this is an important part of our contribution to society, according to Energy Director Kristin Guldbrandsen Frøysa.
Read about all the highlights from the spring semester
Can the financial sector be a powerful force in tackling climate change?
Ferries and fast passenger boats in Western Norway could run on hydrogen produced from waste in the future!
Transmission Networks in Electricity Competition: Third-Party Access and Unbundling – A Transatlantic Perspective (22.05.2018)
Read Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui's new paper on transmission networks
Riders on the Storm - Investors' Fiduciary Duty and Liability in Climate Change Matters (24.04.2018)
With climate change cases topping number 1000 around the world, who is next? Is there a long leap from companies to investors and pension funds? Should we expect, or plan against, a (further) climate case against Statoil and a climate case against “Oljefondet”?
Norway is leading the way towards a sustainable transport sector. In March, as much as 54 % of cars sold in Hordaland were electric. Read about our recent half day seminar, where we put the spotlight on vehicles for a sustainable future.
Read about our recent half-day seminar on the measurement of energy, its infrastructure and its implications for the society.
- Do smart city projects make cities more sustainable?
An agency with ‘lots of power’ and no teeth?
Reducing Cost of Energy for Tidal Stream Turbines through Co-location - David Lande-Sudall (22.02.2018)
Can placing wind turbines on top of tidal turbines help reduce the cost of energy from marine renewables?
Access to clean and affordable energy is essential to eradicate poverty, end hunger and combat climate change, but do we need to change the way we think about energy?
Can we really get rid of “all” fossil fuels within 2050?
One of the greatest challenges of the 21st century lies in the sustainable generation and use of energy, and universities play an important role.
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