Let’s solve The 50-50 Challenge
Join our cluster workshop Ocean Innovation Lab 18-19 May at Solstrand Hotel to solve The 50-50 Challenge: How can we increase our export by 50% and reduce CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030.
Our cluster of +150 partners, members and collaborators, is a key tool in accelerating the energy transition and develop low emission solutions that can be exported to a global market. As an innovative export-oriented cluster we are well positioned to solve what we call The 50-50 Challenge.
Two birds in one stone
Ocean technology for the global subsea, offshore and maritime industries is currently one of Norway’s largest export articles. Smart solutions, digitalisation, electrification and increased degree of autonomy are key to reducing offshore emissions. GCE Ocean Technology is actively fostering innovation to expand our offerings into offshore renewable energy, carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS), hydrogen and marine minerals.
Developing world-class low emissions and renewable energy solutions in our cluster both reduces global emissions and increase Norways export.
The 50-50 Challenge Workshop
At our Ocean Innovation Lab 18-19 May at Solstrand Hotel in Os, we will target the following four main topics where our partners and members have a competitive advantage to grow and solve The 50-50 Challenge:
- Lab #1 Subsea Autonomy
- Lab #2 Offshore Wind
- Lab #3: CCUS og hydrogen
- Lab #4 Marine Minerals
Strengthen your network and expertise
Join us at this event to strengthen and expand your professional network. The Ocean Innovation Lab is designed so that we can learn from each other both in a professional and on a personal level.
The Ocean Innovation Lab will be professionally facilitated by Knowit. This will provide you with inspiration and tools for you innovation work when you get back to you daily business.
We look forward to meeting you and solve The 50-50 Challenge!
The 50-50 Challenge
The Norwegian government has targeted an increase in export, excluding oil and gas, with 50% by 2030. Norway’s climate goals are a 50% decrease in CO2 emissions by 2030 compared to the 1990 levels.
GCE Ocean Technology has defined this as The 50-50 Challenge.
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Klyngeworkshop: Ocean Innovation Lab
Vi inviterer våre partnere og medlemmer til en lunsj-til-lunsj workshop, for å bidra til å løse Norges store utfordringer innen energiomstilling og med å tette eksportgapet. Bli med oss til Solstrand for årets høydepunkt.
Solstrand Hotell & Bad, Solstrandvegen 200, Os
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