- American Samoa
- Czech Republic
- Equatorial Guinea
- Hong Kong S.A.R., China
- New Zealand
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Turks and Caicos Islands
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
Equinor aims for ‘near zero’ emissions in Norway by 2050
The oil and gas major will use digitalisation, energy efficiency and electrification to slash carbon emissions from its own fields and plants.
Flexibility management with artificial intelligence
Lyse and Smartly are demonstrating how flexibility can bring value to end customers in Norway
Wireless charging coming to Oslo’s EV taxis
Wireless charging will disrupt the electrification of transport. Norway demonstrates with a first.
Norway to host the world's ‘largest’ and cleanest data centre
The data centre, which could be located in the Norwegian town of Ballangen, is predicted to draw over 1,000MW of clean energy.
Norway – could it become the world’s first country to go 100% electric?
Norway could become the world’s first fully electric-powered country by 2050, according to industry advisory body Energi Norge.
Norway – could smart drones monitor the power grid?
Long range drones equipped with artificial intelligence could provide real time monitoring of power grids.
Green light for 1.4GW interconnector to offload German renewables
Nordlink interconnector project between Germany and Norway receives funding from European Investment Bank.
Microsoft goes smart grid with Agder Energi
Microsoft’s Azure will demonstrate the potential of the cloud in powering smart grid solutions for Agder Energi.
Statoil’s slick clean energy storage plans
Norwegian oil driller Statoil's energy storage and wind turbines project will be an alternative for supplying electricity to offshore rigs.
New Customer Information Systems Help Utilities Adapt To Nordic Market Shift
Agder Energi Group has become Norway’s first energy company to prepare for the new Nordic energy market.
Norway’s Transmission Grid Upgrade -The Bigger Picture
Norway’s transmission grid upgrade has wider implications for the Nordic region and Continental Europe.