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Jun 13, 2019

New wind farms can help Norway treble its current energy generation capacity by about 2040-2050, Norwegian hydropower can then facilitate a pan-European transition to renewable energy, but it will not happen automatically.

In this episode, we'll hear from Professor Gunnar S. Eskeland, environment economist, The...


Jun 5, 2019

Maritime shipping is one of the few industries Norway has a chance to influence internationally, in particular by identifying how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from boats, ferries and ships.

In this episode of EnerView, we hear from Lasse Fridstrøm, senior research economist at Institute of Transport Economics,...


Mar 11, 2019

The transport sector accounts for about a quarter of Norway’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Decarbonising cars and trucks becomes harder, the larger the vehicle gets. Rapid and dramatic change will require zero emissions battery or fuel cell electric technology to replace the present combustion engine. In this...


Mar 1, 2019

Economic incentives, made up of market and pricing mechanisms alongside policy and regulatory measures, can be designed to promote energy production and consumption that is both efficient and environmentally sustainable. We’ll discover how, from Gunnar Eskeland, professor of environmental economics at the...


Jan 14, 2019

The transition to environmentally friendly energy requires an energy system that balances demand with supply. But how is energy actually used, and can we change how we use it? And where on earth will energy come from in the future, if we're to stop burning coal, oil and gas?

In this episode of EnerView we'll hear from...