Norwegian parliamentary election 2017 – Environment

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Norwegian parliamentary election 2017 – Environment

Research on a more general environment; sustainability, energy, climate, sea, economic, political and more.

Hege Brende
hydropower, renewable energy, R&D, innovation, strategy, management

Espen Moe
energy policy, renewable energy, climate policy, USA/US politics and foreign policy, Japan, international politics and foreign policy, international political economy, long-term economic growth, financial crisis

Asgeir Tomasgard
energy policy, energy economics, energy systems

Helge Brattebø
sustainability, industrial ecology, bioenergy and biofuels, energy and energy efficiency, environmental analysis, LCA (life cycle assessment), MFA (material flow analysis), water and wastewater, water management, energy in buildings, urban infrastructure

Anders Hammer Strømman
sustainability: food, energy (biomass, wind, solar cells, carbon capture and storage) and transportation (electric cars, hybrid cars, fuel cells, biofuels, international transport), international trade and environment, industrial ecology, climate and CO2, environmental analysis

Kjartan Steen-Olsen
sustainability, industrial ecology, climate and CO2, sustainable consumption, environmental analysis, life cycle analysis, carbon footprint, supply chain analysis, environmental footprints, ecological footprints, input-output analysis, emissions embodied in international trade

Daniel Beat Müeller
energy efficiency, life cycle analysis, material flow analysis

Inge Hoff
road building, asphalt, crushed stone and gravel, frost heaves, maintenance and rehabilitation of roads, ground penetrating radar

Magnus Korpås
power markets, power balance, integration of wind, water and solar power in the power system, energy storage, climate friendly energy systems, integration of electric cars and batteries in the power system

Stein-Erik Fleten
corporate finance, kraftmarkedet, finance, green certificates and support schemes, energy market, commodity prices, electricity market, economic risk, financial risk

Tomas Moe Skjølsvold
the role science and technology with particular focus on the energy system, Smart Grid, renewable energy, climate change and processes of change, controversy, innovation and use of new technology

Fredrik Jutfelt
fish, how fish are affected by environmental changes as warming, climate change and ocean acidification

Ole Gunnar Dahlhaug
wind turbines, ocean energy, flow, tidal turbines, hydropower, hydro turbines, pumping stations, pipes and pipe networks

Armin Hafner
refrigeration, heat pumps, CO2 refrigeration technology, ejector technology, natural refrigerants, energy conservation, energy efficiency, car cooling system, store cooling

Martin Landrø
geophysics, seismic, oil and gas in general, underground storage of CO2

Anne Grete Hestnes
active house, passive house, solar cells, solar energy, energy efficiency

Evert Bouman
sustainability, industrial ecology, climate and CO2, environmental analysis, LCA (life cycle assessment), environmental footprint, carbon footprint, power markets, maritime transport

Bjørn Munro Jenssen
Arctic: environmental pollutants and polar bears, other animals, birds and fish, pollution, biological consequences of climate change

May-Britt Hägg
technology to address climate issues, gas, removal of pollutants from gas

Trygve Magne Eikevik
energy efficiency in industry, freezing, cooling, drying, heat pumps

See also: Environment, climate and energy – summary page

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