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Access to energy enables girls to attend school just like boys

The Times of India 22 Oct 2021
Tanja Winther heads the Centre for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo. Sharing her insights with Times Evoke, she discusses how gender impacts energy access — and shapes social equity. ... I found energy access was key to poverty alleviation and so, I studied engineering to help provide energy solutions.
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The hydrogen stream: High gas prices mean cost competitiveness.

PV Magazine 22 Oct 2021
“About 10% (9.6%) of global power demand will come from green hydrogen production in 2050 and more than 20% for Europe in the Low Emissions Scenario,” wrote the Oslo-based renewable energy company ... (a) VRE generation increase by 13–56%, and (b) total system cost (and levelized costs of energy) reduction by 7–16% under deep decarbonization scenarios.
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Green hydrogen to account for 20% of European power demand by 2050 -Statkraft

Reuters 21 Oct 2021
OSLO, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Hydrogen produced from renewable energy sources will account for 20% of Europe's power consumption in 2050, and for 10% globally, a report published by Norwegian power company Statkraft on Thursday showed.
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Electric vehicle makers to face Nickel shortage making Nigeria’s deposit strategic

Business Day Online 17 Oct 2021
Global demand for high-grade nickel, an essential component in electric vehicle (EV) batteries, will outweigh supply by 2024, analysts at Oslo-based global energy research firm, Rystad, has said ... James Ley, global energy metals expert and Senior Vice President with Rystad Energy.
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Chinese new-energy vehicles gain more footing overseas with green, smart technology

China Daily 11 Oct 2021
OSLO - Chinese new-energy vehicles are gaining more footing in overseas markets, including Europe, where the demand for green transportation has been rapidly growing ... NIO, a Chinese EV designer and manufacturer, opened a showroom in Oslo, Norway, the first of its kind in Europe, last week.
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West Africa double: ambitious Norwegian player lands offshore acreage

Upstream Online 11 Oct 2021
Oslo-listed BW Energy has snapped up two blocks close to its Dussafu asset in Gabon's 12th licensing round ... BW Energy — in ...
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SeaBird secures new vessel contract

Splash24/7 08 Oct 2021
Oslo-listed seismic player SeaBird Exploration, a subsidiary of Green Energy Group, has clinched a firm one-year contract for the 2009-built survey vessel Fulmar Explorer with an undisclosed repeat operator.
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Economic Watch: Chinese new-energy vehicles gain more footing overseas with green, smart technology

Xinhua 06 Oct 2021
OSLO, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- Chinese new-energy vehicles are gaining more footing in overseas markets, including Europe, where the demand for green transportation has been rapidly growing ... NIO, a Chinese EV designer and manufacturer, opened a showroom in Oslo, Norway, the first of its kind in Europe, last week.
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Fossil fuel demand soars past pre-pandemic levels

Taipei Times 04 Oct 2021
“The energy transition and decarbonization are decade-long strategies and do not happen overnight,” he added ... Cold weather patterns in the northern hemisphere “caused a rise in demand for coal, liquefied natural gas [LNG], electricity and even a bit of oil [that] is here to stay,” Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy said.
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Fossil fuel demand shakes off pandemic in blow to climate fight

Reuters 04 Oct 2021
"The energy transition and decarbonisation are decade-long strategies and do not happen overnight." ... Cold weather patterns in the northern hemisphere, Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy said, "caused a rise in demand for coal, liquefied natural gas (LNG), electricity and even a bit of oil (that) is here to stay".
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Fossil fuel demand exceeds pre-COVID-19 highs in setback to climate fight

The Jerusalem Post 04 Oct 2021
"The energy transition and decarbonization are decade-long strategies and do not happen overnight." ... Cold weather patterns in the northern hemisphere, Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy said, "caused a rise in demand for coal, liquefied natural gas (LNG), electricity and even a bit of oil (that) is here to stay".
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Norway ends lockdown with less than 24 hours' notice sparking wild celebrations in the streets, ...

The Daily Mail 27 Sep 2021
The PM's unexpected unlocking kicked off boozy celebrations the following afternoon which lasted late into Saturday night, with an impromptu rave in Stavanger, a mass brawl in Tønsberg and no less than 50 fights reported to police in Oslo ... People out on the streets to celebrate the end of the COVID-19 restrictions, in Oslo, on Saturday.
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Global energy firm plans big solar plant in Jamaica

The Gleaner 24 Sep 2021
Europe-based global clean energy firm MPC Energy Solutions, which is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange in Norway, is reporting that it has leased several acres of land in Jamaica as part of a major project to develop a 72.5-megawatt, MW, solar... .
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