Norwegian hydropower is the most cost-efficient source of energy that Germany could adopt as back-up for solar cells and wind-power, new calculations show.
On Thursday October 3, Canada switched on the largest CO2-free coal-fired power station in the world. Norway could follow up.
A Norwegian invention is reducing by a third the energy that foundries need to manufacture ship propeller blades.
The start-feed for “baby” tuna now being produced in Trondheim has given a Norwegian aquaculture company complete faith in the possibility of mass-producing one of the world’s most valuable fish species.
Capturing green energy from deep in the Earth will bring competitive electricity and district heating – with help from Norway.
A Trondheim supermarket gets by with just over two-thirds of the electricity used by similar stores.
There is still hope for the climate, even if a world-wide climate accord proves to be unattainable. A new report shows that regional measures can hold the global rise in temperature within the two-degree limit.
A Norwegian-Danish project aims to find better weapons against life-threating multi-resistant bacteria.
Fire researchers have shown that sparks from a burning house can be prevented from spreading if the loft is fitted with an extinguishing system based on water-mist, i.e. tiny water droplets that turn into steam.