Offshore wind in the North Sea will pay off – as long as we adopt solutions for flexibility, hydrogen, reasonable distribution of income and costs and a good offshore grid.
For the third year in a row, FME NorthWind partner Offshore Norge organsied a seminar to highlight how offshore wind affects the environment and provide a status of knowledge with national and international speakers. Offshore Norge invited authorities, developers, environmental organisations, and key research communities to answer where we are in terms of achieving sustainable […]
Offshore wind was going to become Norway’s new epic industrial adventure – instead, the country is lagging behind all its North Sea neighbours.
Subsidies in renewable projects like offshore wind may appear high today, but they have the potential to be economically profitable for society, says Lars Skjelbred Nygaard.
The plans could provide up to 4,000 new jobs in a municipality of 3,800. But opponents refuse to back down.
My colleagues make no attempt to hide that they present the wind power alternative as pessimistically as possible, writes Professor Magnus Korpås in this op-ed.
This webinar gave an overview of Norway’s involvement in IEA Wind. The event touched on research tasks with Norwegian participants. Information about the organisation and research tasks can be found on the IEA Wind website. When: 29 August 2023, 13-16Venue: Online Programme 13:00-13:30 IEA Wind and Norway’s involvement News from IEA Wind TCP – Ann […]
Plans are underway to electrify two oil platforms off the coast of Central Norway with electricity sourced from the mainland. Meanwhile, the government is exploring opportunities for offshore wind power near these platforms.
NorthWind will participate in several panel debates and discussions centred around offshore wind and related technologies, at Arendalsuka this year.
We have a long way to go before large amounts of offshore wind power can be efficiently channeled into the energy system. Lots of new technology and knowledge must be in place first.