Offshore wind is on the rise, and with great expectations across the North Sea and globally. At ONS we explore offshore wind on its own, but also in connection with other industry sectors and energy carriers.
CCUS - carbon capture, usage, and storage
Carbon capture, usage and storage can play a crucial part in reducing emissions, and with the Norwegian Longship project the North Sea is truly emerging as a laboratory for a full- and large-scale value and supply chain. We look at the synergies with other energy projects and initiatives, and dive deeper into specific and sanctioned projects underway.
Both on ships, in electric vehicles and as the trusted supplier of energy security from wind and other renewables – batteries and other types of energy storage will ensure reliability of renewable energy supply. At ONS we dive deeper into how we secure raw materials, competence and other resources, and how we collaborate with intermittent energy sources in need of storage.
Hydrogen - the powerful energy carrier that only emits water when combusted. Too good to be true, or a key element for the energy transition? At ONS we see hydrogen as a part of the bigger picture, and explore where it has the best potential to make a true difference.
Solar energy is not only unique in its very accessible technology, but the larger energy industry has also started to embrace the possibilities solar energy can provide offshore, in construction and as a major part of the net zero reality. Join us as we look at where solar power fits in with other solutions, and where it is best playing the solo role.