Norwegian Prime Minister Revises Offshore Wind Ambitions

Norway may see its first commercial scale offshore wind farm coming up in coming years as Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store has declared that Norway will be allocating 30 GW of offshore wind energy capacity by 2040. The announcement means that Norway will be producing wind energy equal to actual energy consumption by Norway in […]

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Statkraft May Supply Renewable Energy to Plants of FREYR Battery in Norway

Europe’s largest renewable energy player – Statkraft – has signed a binding ‘Heads of Terms’ with FREYR Battery with an aim of converting it into a long-term physical supply agreement, with the ambition to secure a long-term supply of renewable power for FREYR’s planned battery cell production project in Mo i Rana city of Norway. […]

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Norway to become member of International Solar Alliance

Norway has decided to become a member of the International Solar Alliance, an initiative of India aimed at promoting renewable energy and sustainable development. Norwegian Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt announced Norway’s membership of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) during her official visit to India, a statement by the country’s Embassy said on Tuesday. The International […]

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Norway Searching for Green Hydrogen Avenues in India: Greenstat

Vegard Frihammer, founder and CEO of Greenstat Norway – a leading player in Renewable Energy – has held that Norway is searching for opportunities in the green hydrogen segment in India. The Greenstat CEO says that the company needs a market like India where collaboration in green hydrogen is possible. The Norwegian company has established […]

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Norway to Launch 1.5 GW Offshore Wind Tender in Late 2022

Norway will launch its first tender for offshore wind turbines in the southern North Sea later this year. The government has confirmed that the project will be bottom-fixed to develop 1.5 GW of electricity meant to power the Norwegian mainland. The growth of Norway’s offshore wind industry would enable the country to transition from oil […]

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L&T Partners with Norwegian Firm to make Green H2 Electrolysers in India

Mumbai-based multinational conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with HydrogenPro, a Norwegian electrolyser technology and manufacturing company, for a partnership to tap the emerging green hydrogen market in India. Under this agreement, L&T and HydrogenPro will jointly work towards setting up a joint venture in India for gigawatt-scale manufacturing […]

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Norwegian Mfr FREYR Bags Off-take Deal to Deliver 31GWh Battery Cells in 5 Yrs

Norwegian clean energy storage developer FREYR Battery has executed its inaugural off-take agreement for at least 31 GWh of low-carbon battery cells with an undisclosed manufacturer and provider of energy storage systems (ESS), said an official statement recently. The two companies have agreed to jointly develop innovative technology solutions for the fast-growing global ESS market […]

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Norwegian Certification Body DNV Reviews GoodWe Favourably

DNV (Det Norske Veritas), a Norwegian independent testing and technical advisory provider, has issued a review report of GoodWe for its MT and HT series inverter technology and reliability, viewing the company as a well-established manufacturer of power conversion products with a successful history in design and manufacturing. The report was issued after a comprehensive […]

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