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International workshop on renewable energy in Norway and hydrogen export

The International Workshop on Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Export – being held in Trondheim, Norway on 24 March 2015 – will focus on global perspectives and Norwegian opportunities for various stakeholders to engage in the transition from a fossil-based to a more sustainable energy economy.

The energy system of the future will have to rely on renewable energy, and Norway has a vast potential of unexploited renewable energy sources.

Over the coming decades, these may replace the substantial fossil energy exports that have been pivotal in maintaining Norway’s strong economy and high standard of living.

This workshop provides an opportunity for key players and early movers to introduce these new opportunities in a geopolitical context. The political framework and market potentials will be discussed, focusing on how obstacles may be overcome.

The draft programme includes presentations by clean energy consultancy LBST and Siemens in Germany, research manager Technova and Kawasaki Heavy Industries in Japan, and Norwegian organisations such as the clean energy agency Enova, research organisation SINTEF, hydroelectric association Småkraftforeninga, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), electrolyser manufacturer NEL Hydrogen, and classification society DNV GL.

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