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EnerView investigates how a transition to renewable energy can help us create a low carbon society. In this podcast series, we will explore economic, political, social and cultural aspects of the development and implementation of renewable energy and environmental technology. Through interviews with scientists and other experts, we will provide a solid fact-based foundation for public and private decision-makers in the interface between climate, energy and industrial policy. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES, a Norwegian interdisciplinary centre for sustainable energy studies (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

Latest Episodes

Introduction to CenSES - Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

An overall perspective and interdisciplinary cooperation are essential if Norway is to carry out a satisfactory renewable energy transition, thus meeting its international environmental obligations in a way that also benefits ordinary people and society in general. In this episode of EnerView, Professor Asgeir Tomasgard, Director of CenSES and head of the Institute for Industrial Economics and Technology Management at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), will explain the energy system’s central role, and why political innovation is important. We will also meet Kari Espegren, head of department and senior researcher at the Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), who will tell us about how energy researchers work.

16 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Introduction to CenSES - Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

Scenario development - How scientists and researchers help policy makers

The development of scientific scenarios is an important tool for those who make decisions about how to achieve a low emissions society by 2050. In Norway, this is primarily a question of how to reduce emissions from the oil and gas sector, which is an important part of both industry and the transport sector, though the international situation is somewhat more complex. In this episode of EnerView, Stefan Jaehnert and Ingeborg Graabak, both researchers at Sintef, one of Europe's largest independent research organisations, will help us understand what the future will bring.

18 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Scenario development - How scientists and researchers help policy makers

Radical Technology - Why innovation is key to ensure a successful energy transition to renewables

Norway's desire to become a low-emission society by 2050 is entirely dependent on a successful development of so-called "radical technology” that leads to major and rapid changes in society. Changes must come quickly, both in terms of the production and the consumption of energy, for the energy transition to renewables to be achieved. This will require a better synergy between energy and industrial policy. In this episode we will hear from Professor Roger Sørheim from the Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management at NTNU, and from his colleague, Associate Professor Øyvind Bjørgum.

15 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Radical Technology - Why innovation is key to ensure a successful energy transition to renewables

Policy making

This episode of EnerView investigates what politicians and policy makers can do tohelp us create a low carbon society, and we'll visit a zero emission house. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES, a Norwegian interdisciplinary centre for sustainable energy studies (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

26 MIN2018 DEC 10
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Policy making

The energy market

The transition to environmentally friendly energy requires an energy system that balances demand with supply. But how is energy actually used, and can we change how we use it? And where on earth will energy come from in the future, if we're to stop burning coal, oil and gas? EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

31 MIN2019 JAN 15
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The energy market

Economic analysis

Economic incentives, made up of market and pricing mechanisms alongside policy and regulatory measures, can be designed to promote energy production and consumption that is both efficient and environmentally sustainable. We’ll discover how, from NHH professor Gunnar Eskeland, CenSES director and NTNU professor Asgeir Tomasgard, and NTNU adjunct associate professor Christian Skar. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

17 MIN2019 MAR 1
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Economic analysis

Decarbonising the highway

The transport sector accounts for a quarterof Norway’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Decarbonising cars and trucks becomes harder, the larger the vehicle gets. Zero emission solutions are key, say Lasse Fridstrøm, senior research economist at TØI, Gunnar Eskeland, professor of environmental economics at NHH, and Øystein Ulleberg, principal scientist at IFE. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

21 MIN2019 MAR 11
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Decarbonising the highway

Decarbonising shipping

Maritime shipping is one of the few industries Norway has a chance to influence internationally, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from boats, ferries and ships. In this episode of EnerView, we hear from Lasse Fridstrøm, senior research economist at TØI,Gunnar S. Eskeland, professor of environmental economics at NHH andØystein Ulleberg, principal scientist at the Renewable Energy Systems Department at IFE. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES. www.CenSES.n

18 MIN2019 JUN 5
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Decarbonising shipping

Norway: a battery for Europe

New wind farms can help Norway treble its energy generation capacity by about 2040-2050, Norwegian hydropower can then facilitate a pan-European transition to renewable energy, but it will not happen automatically. We'll hear fromProfessor Gunnar S. Eskeland, environment economist, NHH, Stefan Jaehnert, researcher, SINTEF, and ProfessorAsgeir Tomasgard, NTNU. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES, a Norwegian interdisciplinary centre for sustainable energy studies (FME Society

17 MIN2019 JUN 13
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Norway: a battery for Europe

Prosumers provide energy flexibility

Ordinary people who invest in solar panels on their roofs and become active participants in the electricity market, can both contribute to and benefit from the transition to renewable energy. We’ll hear from Marius Korsnes and William Throndsen, from the Department for interdisciplinary studies of culture at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Ove Wolfgang, energy systems researcher at SINTEF, and Jan Bråthen, special advisor at Statnett.

20 MIN2019 JUN 27
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Prosumers provide energy flexibility

Latest Episodes

Introduction to CenSES - Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

An overall perspective and interdisciplinary cooperation are essential if Norway is to carry out a satisfactory renewable energy transition, thus meeting its international environmental obligations in a way that also benefits ordinary people and society in general. In this episode of EnerView, Professor Asgeir Tomasgard, Director of CenSES and head of the Institute for Industrial Economics and Technology Management at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), will explain the energy system’s central role, and why political innovation is important. We will also meet Kari Espegren, head of department and senior researcher at the Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), who will tell us about how energy researchers work.

16 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Introduction to CenSES - Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

Scenario development - How scientists and researchers help policy makers

The development of scientific scenarios is an important tool for those who make decisions about how to achieve a low emissions society by 2050. In Norway, this is primarily a question of how to reduce emissions from the oil and gas sector, which is an important part of both industry and the transport sector, though the international situation is somewhat more complex. In this episode of EnerView, Stefan Jaehnert and Ingeborg Graabak, both researchers at Sintef, one of Europe's largest independent research organisations, will help us understand what the future will bring.

18 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Scenario development - How scientists and researchers help policy makers

Radical Technology - Why innovation is key to ensure a successful energy transition to renewables

Norway's desire to become a low-emission society by 2050 is entirely dependent on a successful development of so-called "radical technology” that leads to major and rapid changes in society. Changes must come quickly, both in terms of the production and the consumption of energy, for the energy transition to renewables to be achieved. This will require a better synergy between energy and industrial policy. In this episode we will hear from Professor Roger Sørheim from the Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management at NTNU, and from his colleague, Associate Professor Øyvind Bjørgum.

15 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Radical Technology - Why innovation is key to ensure a successful energy transition to renewables

Policy making

This episode of EnerView investigates what politicians and policy makers can do tohelp us create a low carbon society, and we'll visit a zero emission house. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES, a Norwegian interdisciplinary centre for sustainable energy studies (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

26 MIN2018 DEC 10
Comments
Policy making

The energy market

The transition to environmentally friendly energy requires an energy system that balances demand with supply. But how is energy actually used, and can we change how we use it? And where on earth will energy come from in the future, if we're to stop burning coal, oil and gas? EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

31 MIN2019 JAN 15
Comments
The energy market

Economic analysis

Economic incentives, made up of market and pricing mechanisms alongside policy and regulatory measures, can be designed to promote energy production and consumption that is both efficient and environmentally sustainable. We’ll discover how, from NHH professor Gunnar Eskeland, CenSES director and NTNU professor Asgeir Tomasgard, and NTNU adjunct associate professor Christian Skar. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

17 MIN2019 MAR 1
Comments
Economic analysis

Decarbonising the highway

The transport sector accounts for a quarterof Norway’s total greenhouse gas emissions. Decarbonising cars and trucks becomes harder, the larger the vehicle gets. Zero emission solutions are key, say Lasse Fridstrøm, senior research economist at TØI, Gunnar Eskeland, professor of environmental economics at NHH, and Øystein Ulleberg, principal scientist at IFE. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES (FME Society). www.CenSES.no.

21 MIN2019 MAR 11
Comments
Decarbonising the highway

Decarbonising shipping

Maritime shipping is one of the few industries Norway has a chance to influence internationally, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from boats, ferries and ships. In this episode of EnerView, we hear from Lasse Fridstrøm, senior research economist at TØI,Gunnar S. Eskeland, professor of environmental economics at NHH andØystein Ulleberg, principal scientist at the Renewable Energy Systems Department at IFE. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES. www.CenSES.n

18 MIN2019 JUN 5
Comments
Decarbonising shipping

Norway: a battery for Europe

New wind farms can help Norway treble its energy generation capacity by about 2040-2050, Norwegian hydropower can then facilitate a pan-European transition to renewable energy, but it will not happen automatically. We'll hear fromProfessor Gunnar S. Eskeland, environment economist, NHH, Stefan Jaehnert, researcher, SINTEF, and ProfessorAsgeir Tomasgard, NTNU. EnerView is produced by Room 7540 in partnership with CenSES, a Norwegian interdisciplinary centre for sustainable energy studies (FME Society

17 MIN2019 JUN 13
Comments
Norway: a battery for Europe

Prosumers provide energy flexibility

Ordinary people who invest in solar panels on their roofs and become active participants in the electricity market, can both contribute to and benefit from the transition to renewable energy. We’ll hear from Marius Korsnes and William Throndsen, from the Department for interdisciplinary studies of culture at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Ove Wolfgang, energy systems researcher at SINTEF, and Jan Bråthen, special advisor at Statnett.

20 MIN2019 JUN 27
Comments
Prosumers provide energy flexibility
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