Nordic region to become warmer and wetter

March 9th, 2012

A new report indicates mainly beneficial impacts of warmer, wetter climate on renewable energy sources in the Nordic and Baltic countries, although safety aspects will have to be considered further.

The project Climate and Energy Systems, funded partly by Nordic Energy Research, has published a report assessing the impacts of 21st century climate change on the development and use of renewable energy our region.The main emphasis is on the utilisation of hydropower, wind power and biomass energy.

 

100 cool solutions – 1 book

January 3rd, 2012

The Cool 100 Book is an initiative illustrating how the task of switching to sustainable energy has been approached in a number of countries with isolated communities and/or cold climates.

The book, which is the result of funding, from among others Nordic Energy Research, takes a practical approach at describing various initiatives associated with the introduction of new energy supply solutions.