While some are sceptical of windmills in the countryside, Prime Minister Erna Solberg is pleased with the upswing in wind power development. In a statement to the Bergens Tidende daily newspaper, she says that climate changes are by far the greatest threat to nature.
Mrs. Solberg told Bergens Tidende that the climate changes may lead to biological changes that will be difficult to reverse. She is also of the opinion that Norway will need much more new power production in the future, and that we need to realise that the entire energy system is undergoing major changes.
Read the whole article in Bergens Tidende here.
Norsk Vind AS, a Norwegian wind project developer, on behalf of Sino-Tan Renewable Energy Ltd is inviting qualified companies to submit a tender for providing legal services for the 100 MW Makambako Wind Power Project in Tanzania.
Two years ago, Egersund had the highest unemployment rate in the country. The historical development of renewable energy around Egersund, the country’s wind power capital, has been a big contributor to turning this trend around.
The Paris Agreement and ISBS, the UN climate panel, have demanded a faster pace in the transition to a low emission society. Norsk Vind AS wishes to be part of the solution and the change of pace towards zero emissions, and are seeking more competent employees.