Development of renewable solutions and systems which are sustainable and cost-efficient is vital for progress in reducing our CO2 footprint. In addition to Offshore Wind, CCUS and Hydrogen, EOV partners have expertise and conduct research in other important renewable energy sources like, hydropower, geothermal and Solar energy
The EU has decided to become carbon neutral by 2050. To achieve that goal, large volumes of renewable energy must be rapidly developed in Europe and several of important renewable energy sources is needed. Development of renewable solutions and systems which are sustainable and cost-efficient is vital for progress in reducing our CO2 footprint. In addition to Offshore Wind , CCUS and Hydrogen, EOV partners have expertise and conduct research in other important renewable energy sources like, hydropower, geothermal and Solar energy
Solar power is the fastest growing power generation technology in the world. In 2019, approximately 115 GW of new capacity was installed globally. The European aim is to accelerate development of photovoltaic solar energy towards an energy technology that can be implemented at a very large scale. EOV partners work in several areas of solar power e.g. increasing effectiveness and efficiency, experimental nanofluids to improve the thermal performance of renewable energy system, solar collectors, sun-powered desalinators, heat pumps, and solar cells as well as testing of models on detailed solar radiation data.
Geothermal energy is a local source of energy for heating, cooling, power generation, and subsurface energy storage, not only in Europe but also globally. IEA prognosis for the next five years is, average annual geothermal installations to accelerate to almost 700 MW. Geothermal energy is often divided into shallow and deep, Shallow: heat pump-based systems and Deep: Direct use and power generation systems. Despite the recent acceleration in deployment, pre-development risks are still a major barrier to securing financing for geothermal projects and EOV partner contribute to optimize solutions without negative environmental impact to ensure sustainable production of geothermal resources.
In addition, research and competence in wave energy, hydropower, design and development of new energy systems as well as expertise and important knowledge within integration of new forms of energy with distribution systems, storage systems and consumers.
Over the next eight years, the researchers will develop new knowledge on how the subsurface can be used in the green shift.
EOV partneres NORCEand UiB receives funding to increas the capacity and knowledg in offshore wind
BOW is established by the University of Bergen to coordinate and strengthen the research and education in offshore wind energy.
The Centre for Sustainable Area Management (CeSAM) is a UiB initiative to support sustainable management of our landscapes and oceans, biod
SFI Smart Ocean - Technology for monitoring and management of a healthy and productive ocean.
Advanced Nanomaterials for Clean Energy and Health Applications (ANCEHA)
Norwegian Center for Geothermal Energy Research gathers key research and industrial partners
Universitetet i Bergen sin klima og energisatsning har mål om å utvikle satsingsområdet til å involvere alle de syv fakultetene
Torsdag 10 mars besøkte Einar Vaage, leder for Green Spot Mongstad, Energiomstilling Vest (EOV).
Forskningsmiljøer i Vestland kniver om en kvart milliard til nytt hydrogensenter.
I samarbeid med Enerin AS og Hydrogen Solutions AS skal HVL teste ut nye metodar for å skape flytande hydrogen.
Norges handelshøyskole er en av fem FoU-partnere fra Vestland og Rogaland som sammen med næringslivsaktører og klynger har søkt Forskningsrå
EOV partners finalizes report om Decommissioning Regulation and Contractual Implications
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I eksperimentelle laboratorieforsøk skal NORCE forskere finne optimale forhold for gassblanding i porøs stein
Norway can produce hydrogen from offshore wind, at competitive prices, and thus create new green jobs at sea.
Governing Offshore Wind: Legal Challenges, Market Opportunities and Policy Perspectives (GOV-WIND)
Det er Universitetet i Bergen som er vertskap i SFI Smart Ocean, hvor teamet har en bra fordeling av kvinnelige og mannlige deltagere.
Høgskulen på Vestlandet mottar 3 millionar frå Regional Forskningsfodn (RFF)
Bergen Entrepreneurship Academy (BEA) is a joint venture from the three Norwegian academic institutions HVL, NHH and UiB.
HVL starter opp kurs i etter og vidareutdanningar i Hydrogen
Conwind prosjektet styres fra Bergen og involverer forskere fra NORCE, UiB, NTNU og SINTEF.