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Norway


ABB technology to be used in world’s first open CO2 transport and storage infrastructure

ABB’s automation, electrification and digital solutions to be used in carbon capture project in Norway Project to help accelerate industrial decarbonization and CO2 removals by providing transport and permanent storage…


Norway Setting Strategy for Offshore Wind

Offshore wind is big business in the North Sea, with dozens of wind power installations commissioned in the region over the past two decades. Norway, a country that gets 98%…


POWER Digest [March 2022]

Oman Adds Major Solar Project. A consortium consisting of Saudi Arabia-based ACWA Power, Kuwait-based Gulf Investment Corp., and Kuwait’s Alternative Energy Projects Co. in January inaugurated Ibri 2, the first…


Biomass Pellets Offer a Carbon-Neutral Alternative to Coal

An innovative European Union–funded Arbaflame project is aiming to produce 70,000 tonnes of biomass-based combustibles per year to enable clean power generation. The biomass pellets are made of wood and…


Norwegian Wind Farm Presents Construction, Operational Challenges

The global wind power industry continues to grow, as more governments set renewable energy targets amid a push for decarbonization and cleaner energy production. The Wind Europe Intelligence Platform reports…