Thu, May 25|
Zoom online meeting
How Is Norway Doing in Green Technology? (Online)
Online presentation by Egil Juliussen, PhD . This presentation will explore what Norway is doing to be a leader in green technologies.
Time & Location
May 25, 2023, 7:00 PM
Zoom online meeting
About the Event
How Is Norway Doing in Green Technology
This presentation will explore what Norway is doing to a be a leader in green technologies. This will include perspectives on these topics:
- Electrification and green fuel for its transportation industries:
o Electricity: Cars, trucks, ferries, coastal ships, small airplanes etc.
o Green fuels: Trucks, ferries, coastal ships, ocean ships, airplanes etc.
- Green electricity: From hydropower to off-shore and on-shore wind-farms
o Building a leading off-shore wind-farm industry
Green hydrogen from inexpensive & renewable electricity
o Building a leading hydrogen economy and industry
Low-carbon energy and leveraging carbon capture technology
o Emphasizing gas and LNG over oil
Norway’s energy supply and demand—past and future
Norway’s energy trade including electricity—past and future
Norway’s emissions—past and future
Plus, perspectives on how this may impact the Midwest and U.S.
For instance: Will there be off-shore wind-farms in the Great Lakes?
Answer is very likely—even close to Chicago.
Zoom connection details will be sent by email to those who register.
About the Presenter.
Egil Juliussen, Ph.D.
Sr. Partner & Principal Analyst at VSI Labs. Contributor to EE Times.
Egil has over 40 years’ experience in the high-tech and automotive industries. He is currently a senior partner and principal analyst at VSI Labs. VSI is unique with its applied research and technical insights derived through its own test vehicles and provide perspectives, insights and analysis of ADAS/AD technologies via its portal service. Egil is also a contributor to EE Times and has written nearly 100 articles since June 2020.
Egil’s recent research has been focused on autonomous driving technologies and use-cases, software-fined vehicle segments and BEVs. He has extensive experience in technology forecasting, market forecasting and competitive analysis.
Egil was co-founder of Telematics Research Group, which was acquired by iSuppli in 2008. IHS acquired iSuppli in 2010. He worked for IHS Market until mid-2020 as research director of automotive technology.
Egil was Chairman and co-founder of Future Computing, an information service company that was the leading market research and product testing company for the PC industry. Future Computing was sold to McGraw-Hill. He remained president of the company's StoreBoard unit for several years following a private placement. StoreBoard tracked the sales of PC products and was later sold to Ziff-Davis.
Previously, he was with Texas Instruments where he was a strategic and product planner for microprocessors, minicomputers and PCs.
He has written columns and papers for technology publications and has made presentations, seminars and lectures in the USA, Asia and Europe. Egil has made over 750 papers, reports and conference presentations in the last 35 years. He received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University. Egil is a life member of IEEE. Egil is from Stavanger, Norway.
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