NORCE works towards finding solutions that benefit the community, and which increase sustainable value creation nationally and globally.
Offshore Wind is one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sources in Europe. NORCE covers important research areas needed to succeed in developing Offshore Wind as a societal accepted, cost-efficient, and environmentally friendly energy source for the future.
NORCE's main office is in Bergen, and the group has a strong presence in Tromsø, Haugesund, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Grimstad and Oslo, Norway.
We deliver research and innovation in energy, health care, climate, the environment, society and technology.
The Antarctic seminar will take place in Tromsø this week. Under the auspices of the Norwegian Polar Institute and the Research Council of Norway, research related to Antarctica will be presented. From NORCE, a number of researchers with different experiences and academic backgrounds will contribute in the form of lectures, posters and a movie screening.
VIDEO: Deep down in the Norwegian Sea, something extraordinary is going on. The temperature of the deep water is rising like never before.
PRESS RELEASE: In a few years a project is to store both Norwegian CO2 and carbon captured in other European countries under the seabed in the North Sea. However, a new research project from NORCE shows that Norwegians are critical when it comes to storing CO2 from other countries on the Norwegian continental shelf.