Research Group for Climate, Energy and Environmental Law

News archive for Research Group for Climate, Energy and Environmental Law

Last Friday, April 12th, the Research Group on Climate, Energy, and Environmental Law hosted an engaging seminar.
Applications for our PhD and postdoctoral course hosted in Voss from August 28th to 29th, 2024, are now open.
Governments and oil and gas companies aim to electrify oil and gas production on the continental shelf as quickly as possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Three members of the research group have recently written articles addressing the issues raised by this framework.
In collaboration with the Department of Comparative Politics, the research group invited experts on offshore wind energy from the UK, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, and Norway to participate in a interdisciplinary conference.
On February 22nd, the research group organized a seminar on decommissioning of ships.
Senior Research Project Manager Krisztina Zálnoky from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership presented interesting topics to the research group during a webinar on Thursday, March 14th.
On Thursday, November 14, Torhild presented the foundation of her work related to the transportation of hydrogen by ships at the Athens Conference of EU Energy Law and Policy
PhD Candidate Andreas Hösli will complete his PhD project on Corporate Climate Responsibility at UiB this december.
Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui enjoy combining research with teaching and dissemination, and studies how new technologies raise novel legal issues.
Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui will guide and assist EU memberstates with his legal expertise to ensure that the transition to a climate-neutral economy occurs in a fair manner.
Professor Berte-Elen Reinersten Konow has contributed to investigating the need for screening economic activity against businesses that are not subject to the security law (NOU 2023:28).
The research group organized Bergen Energy and Climate Law Days 2023 from the 23rd to the 24th of October.
The Faculty of Law at UiB and Offshore Norge have entered into a knowledge collaboration to investigate the legal and economic framework for decommissioning in the petroleum industry.
Eirik Finserås was interviewed by Energi og Klima after the publication of the article "Gone with the wind? Wind farm-induced wakes and regulatory gaps."
Researcher Gisle Andersen at NORCE presented his project "The logic of measuring, managing, and governing ecosystems (EcoLogic)" to the research group.
Associate Professor Ignacio Herrera-Anchustegui and Postdoctor Siv Elén Årskog Vedvik attended a lunch seminar at Equinor as a part of the "Research Days" 2023.
PhD Candidate/Researcher Eirik Finserås talked about Go-to Renewable Zones at the Offshore Wind Conference "Science Meets Industry" organized by the University of Bergen, Bergen Offshore Wind Centre (BOW) and GCE Ocean Technology.