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AI, energy storage and the electrification of transport

We are on the cusp of the next major energy transition – a transition that will move us towards a more sustainable future where renewable energies replace fossil fuels. But this transition is not going to happen overnight.
Equinor net-zero

Norway’s Equinor announces new climate ambitions

Equinor has announced new climate ambitions to reduce the absolute greenhouse gas emissions from its operations in Norway by 40% by 2030
Inductive charging

Ed’s note: Inductive charging and the questions that still need to...

As the uptake of electric vehicles in Europe increases, authorities are considering alternative forms of charging infrastructure for these vehicles.

Competitors team up to make e-mobility history

Clever has partnered with E.ON to build ultra-fast chargers along the freeways throughout Scandinavia.

VIDEO: Weekly USA energy news wrap-up

Keep up to date with the latest power and smart energy developments in the USA. The highlights in this week’s news items, provided courtesy of...
energy system

Utility Series 2: Shaping the new energy system

An interview with Tom Nysted, CEO of Agder Energi, explores shaping the new energy system and why new technology and a new marketplace will...
Semiconductor Nanotube

Nanotechnology breakthrough boosts EV range to 1000km +

Researchers at the Norwegian Institute for Energy Technology have found a way to improve the capacity of conventional batteries by 300-500%. This advancement will allow...

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