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Norway assists upgrade of Mozambique coal plant

The Norwegian government is to provide $3.5m in financial assistance towards the upgrade of Maputo coal-fired power plant.

Norway could implement CCS by 2022

Norway is aiming to fully develop a carbon capture and storage scheme by 2022, its government said this week.

UK’s shadow energy minister proposes UK-Norway CCS plan

The prospects of the UK's carbon capture and storage ambitions being revived through a partnership with Norway is being strongly advocated by the Labour shadow energy minister Alan Whitehead.

Ansaldo Energia completes landmark biogas micro-CHP installation in Norway

Enerswede AB, the official Ansaldo Energia micro turbine distributor for Scandinavia, has just successfully completed the commissioning of two AE-T100B biogas-fuelled microturbines at a Norwegian waste water treatment plant.

Norway’s sovereign fund set to further reduce coal assets

The world's largest sovereign wealth fund has been advised by a committee from its controlling parliament to further divest from coal.

Norway DH network using waste incinerator

BKK Varme AS, the company which supplies Norway's second city Bergen with district heating using a waste incinerator situated outside the city centre, is expanding its capacity with a new peaking boiler.

Norway’s energy firms hacked

In a major cyberattack on the energy sector, 50 Norwegian companies have been hacked and another 250 have been warned that they are at risk and should check their computer systems.

Wealthy Norway mulls investment in renewables

Norway's new government is mulling over the prospect of investing some of its sovereign wealth fund in renewable energy projects across the world.

SSE pulls out of UK-Norway interconnector project

UK utility SSE has pulled out of a project to build a subsea electricity link between Scotland and Norway.

Germany and Norway to build 1.4 GW link

Norwegian and German companies have revealed plans to spend €1.5-2bn ($2-$2.6bn) on a 1.4 GW subsea power cable - the fourth link between Germany and the Nordic region, raising capacity by almost 50 per cent.