Various national and international organisations foresee a transition towards sustainable energy systems and this opens a wide range of challenges in regards to the aspects of health and safety.
Various national and international organisations foresee a transition towards sustainable energy systems and this opens a wide range of challenges in regards to the aspects of health and safety. This will require interdisciplinary approach in technology, legal knowledge, finance- and social science not only to to succeed with, but also to secure sustainable renewable energy resources.
Europe and EU s Green Deal entails widespread and increasingly use renewables towards 2030, this also encompasses hydrogen as an energy carrier in society. However, unless the suppliers of hydrogen and hydrogen technology demonstrate that the associated risk is comparable or lower than the corresponding risk for conventional energy carriers, hydrogen will not be ad desirable option and will fail as a key component in the green energy transition
Energiomstilling Vest partners have expertise and knowledge in solving societal challenges related to climate and energy transition and is currently strengthening research activities within the field.
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Bergen Energy Lab is a cooperation between EOV partners UiB, HVL and NHH
NORA aims to strengthen Norwegian research, education and innovation within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics.
Digitisation enables the electrification of mobility. How can we ensure this transition is just?
Advanced Nanomaterials for Clean Energy and Health Applications (ANCEHA)
EOV partners UiB and NORCE partake in The Norwegian Cognitive Center
Den 1. februar arrangerte Petroleumstilsynet (PTIL) den 5. Innovasjonsdagen i Stavanger med 160 påmeldte deltagere
Universitetet i Bergen sin klima og energisatsning har mål om å utvikle satsingsområdet til å involvere alle de syv fakultetene
Bergen is undergoing rapid changes in its urban mobility solutions.How do such rapid changes in mobility impact social justice?