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Monica Mæland, at the time Norway’s Minister of Local Government and Modernisation, officially opened Corvus Energy's new battery factory in Bergen last year. The region is well-suited to welcome further investments into battery manufacturing.

Greater Bergen could become battery manufacturing hotspot

The Nordic countries are seeing a rise in battery manufacturing, and Greater Bergen is well-placed to benefit from this.

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This world-leading, North Sea test centre holds the future for floating wind

Wind farms at sea will help Europe to wean itself off fossil fuels. Now, companies flock to Norway to test their turbines at the Karmøy test centre.

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Mongstad could act as a “hydrogen hub” – new report

A new report has stated that Mongstad could become a hotspot for the sustainable industries in the next few years.

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Professor Christoph Trattner, Head of Bergen’s new Media Futures research centre. Media Futures is one of six Centres for Research-Driven Innovation to be established in the city. Photo © University of Bergen.

Bergen gains SIX new research centres

A crop of new research centres in Bergen will help to make our oceans smarter, support better mental health, and even combat fake news.

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(L-R): Siren Sundland from Sparebanken Vest, together with Hans Kleivdal and Marte Haave from NORCE in Bergen. NORCE's new microplastics research centre will bring in experts from around the world. Photo © Andreas Graven, NORCE.

New centre for microplastics research in Bergen

A new research centre in Bergen will be taking a closer look at ocean microplastics, and the risks they pose to our environment and human health.

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