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iMap Green Energy is a product launched by POImap. We will launch several products in the segment CO2 capture and longships, Hydrogen, wind turbines.
Renewable energy can be utilized directly or refined into other forms of energy. Examples of direct utilization are solar heat for heating houses, wind energy for propelling ships and wood burning. But energy can also be transformed into energy carriers such as electricity, hydrogen, or fuel that are better adapted to use, storage and transport.

Renewable energy is derived from natural processes that are replenished all the time. In its various forms, it comes directly from the sun or from heat generated deep inside the earth. Included in the definition is electricity and heat generated from solar, wind, ocean, hydropower, biomass, geothermal resources and biofuels and hydrogen extracted from renewable resources.

Renewable energy is a term that includes energy from sources that have a continuous supply of new energy, and cannot be depleted within the time frames given by humanity’s time scale. Renewable energy sources are, for example, solar energy, hydropower, wind power, bioenergy, wave power, geothermal energy, tidal energy and salt power. With the exception of geothermal energy and tidal energy, all renewable energy has its origin in solar energy. The counterpart to renewable energy is non-renewable energy, which is characterized by limited natural resources that can be depleted within a time frame of from tens to hundreds of years.

Renewable energy is considered more sustainable than non-renewable energy because the utilization of renewable energy sources cannot be depleted, they are more evenly distributed geographically, and are seen as more environmentally friendly than non-renewable sources. Because the use of renewable energy, in general, does not lead to increased global warming, attention to renewable energy has increased enormously in recent decades.

New renewable energy is used in Norway for all renewable energy except hydropower, solar energy, wind power, wave power and bioenergy.

Source: Wikipedia


About Green Platform
Green platform provides companies and research institutes with financial support for research and innovation-driven green growth and restructuring.

Through the Green Platform, the government wants to trigger more and faster investments from companies in green, sustainable solutions and products. It will strengthen Norwegian exports and value creation, and enable us to carry out the necessary green restructuring and create green growth. It will also make Norwegian companies and research institutions better equipped to meet the opportunities that open up in the EU's research and innovation program Horizon Europe Green Deal.

The purpose is to trigger opportunities for green value creation through larger projects. These should cover the entire value chain from research and knowledge production to testing, commercialization and industrialization of sustainable, green products and services.

The Research Council, Innovation Norway, and Siva will manage the funds between different application types and instruments so that applicants will experience the process as simple.

Several existing joint schemes also deliver well on the objectives for the Green Platform, including:

Bioeconomy collaboration
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Source: https://www.forskningsradet.no/sok-om-finansiering/gronn-plattform/
STAVANGER (VG) Equinor CEO Anders Opedal is now rolling out the company's plan for a historic green and blue industrial investment in Norway over the next 15 years, on the way to the zero-emission society.
Until 2035, Equinor will transform from a supplier of oil and gas, and to become an energy company - but still based on the values ​​and the natural conditions in the North Sea.

Off the coast, there is also a lot of wind, and there is plenty of room for huge storage for the greenhouse gas CO2. Norway's largest company wants to invest in that now.

The plan rests on four legs: Reduce emissions and costs in oil and gas production, invest even more heavily in offshore wind, create a market for hydrogen, and offer transport and storage of CO2.

- Our ambition is to reach net zero in emissions in 2050, and to become a leading company in the green shift. We can not do that alone, says Opedal.
Source vg.no

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