Climeworks’ proposed Norway site, image credit: Climeworks

Climeworks Wins Funding For Direct Air Capture & Storage In Norway

Climeworks, the company responsible for the world’s first and largest Direct Air Capture and Storage (DAC+S) plant in Iceland, has been awarded €2.3 million by Enova, a state enterprise owned by Norway’s Ministry of Climate and Environment. The multi-million euro boon for the world leader in DAC facilities will fund … [continued]

Courtesy of Zeabuz and Evoy

Norway’s Evoy Collaborates with Zebuz to Make Maritime Journeys Pristine, Silent & Green

All of our beloved coasts and bodies of water are enhanced by silent boats and ships. Together, the ground-breaking Norwegian tech companies Zeabuz and Evoy have unveiled a revolutionary idea that simplifies, streamlines, and goes greener with maritime transportation. Self-driving electric boats are the project’s goal. Autonomous electric boats offer … [continued]

An international partnership between Norwegian and U.S. researchers could help modernize the world’s biggest source of renewable energy—hydropower—and answer the question: How can hydropower help fight climate change? Photo by Bryan Bechtold, NREL

Hydropower Is Global. Should Hydropower Research Be, Too?

Why U.S. and Norway Experts Are Partnering Up To Explore How This Renewable Could Help the World Transition to Clean Energy When Dany Tome first arrived at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL’s) campus in Golden, Colorado, he did not notice the golden grasses waving from the hillsides or the … [continued]