Logo CEDREN Home Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME)
Searchleft Search

GOVREP Publications

This page lists all publications related to GOVREP projects. For a list of all CEDREN publications follow this link.

   Search     
Enter Search Value:
- without any prefix or suffix to find all records where a column contains the value you enter, e.g. Net
- with | prefix to find all records where a column starts with the value you enter, e.g. |Network
- with | suffix to find all records where a column ends with the value you enter, e.g. Network|
- with | prefix and suffix to find all records containing the value you enter exactly, e.g. |Network|

Report

detail 15.10.2013: Governing Growing Wind Power: Policy Coherence of Wind Power Expansion and Environmental Considerations in Sweden, with Comparative Examples from Norway Open URL
detail 15.10.2013: Hvor går den fornybare energidebatten? På vei mot en avklaring av sammenhengen mellom energi- og miljøpolitiske hensyn? Funn og anbefalinger fra GOVREP-prosjektet Open URL
detail 16.10.2012: Kampen om kunnskapsgrunnlaget Open URL
detail 30.08.2011: Kraften i vannet - en analyse av hvordan ulike miljømål veies mot ulike sosiale, økonomiske og miljømessige interesser i to vannkraftscase Open URL
detail 06.06.2011: Changing currents in Norwegian hydropower governance? - The challenge of reconciling conflicting interests Open URL
detail 24.05.2011: Frå kraft versus natur til miljøvenleg energi? Norsk vasskraftpolitikk i eit hundreårsperspektiv
detail 11.05.2011: Constant Concessions Under Changing Circumstances: the Water and Renewable Energy Directives and Hydropower in Sweden Open URL
detail 14.05.2012: Mange og små eller store og få? En sammenligning av miljøvirkningene ved ulike strategier for utvikling av vannkraft Open URL
detail 03.05.2013: Sweden’s Evolving Hydropower Sector: Renovation, Restoration and Concession Change. Open URL

Journal article

detail 22.04.2013: Implementation of wind power in the Norwegian market; the reason why some of the best wind resources in Europe were not utilised by 2010 Open URL
detail 11.09.2012: Development of Small Versus Large Hydropower in Norway– Comparison of Environmental Impacts Open URL
detail 27.02.2014: Norsk vannkraft og «den doble miljøutfordringen» Open URL

Conference paper

detail 08.08.2011: Reducing our emissions while achieving good status of our water bodies - is it possible? Swedish hydropower in the limelight: Rudberg, Peter M.; Nilsson, Måns/Stockholm Environment Institute. World Renewable Energy Congress 2011; Linköping; 8 -13 May 2011
detail 01.03.2010: How can we combine the need for more renewable energy from hydropower with a good water environment?: Thaulow, Haakon/NIVA. Renewable Energy Research Conference 2010; Trondheim; 7 - 8 June 2010

Conference presentation

detail 06.06.2011: Reducing our emissions while achieving good status of our water bodies - is it possible? Swedish hydropower in the limelight: Rudberg, Peter M.; Nilsson, Måns/Stockholm Environment Institute. World Renewable Energy Congress 2011; Linköping; 8-13 May 2011
detail 03.06.2011: Channelling Norwegian hydropower towards greener currents: The challenge of conflicting environmental concerns?: Ruud, Audun; Egeland, Helene; Jacobsen, Gerd B.; Knudsen, Jørgen; Lafferty, William M./SINTEF. World Renewable Energy Congress 2011; Stockholm; 8-13 May 2011
detail 05.01.2011: The governance of hydro power in Norway and Sweden: How to manage the European current?: Ruud, A.; Jacobsen, G.B.; Knudsen, J.K.; Nilsson, M.; Rudberg, P.M./SINTEF, Stockholm Environment Institute. Renewable Energy Research Conference 2010; Trondheim; 7 - 8 June 2010
detail 11.11.2010: Assessment of small versus large hydro-power developments - A Norwegian case study: Bakken, T.H.; Harby, A./SINTEF Energi AS. Renewable Energy Research Conference 2010; Trondheim; 7 - 8 June 2010

Other presentation

detail 08.08.2011: Constant concessions under changing circumstances: The water and renewable energy
detail 08.08.2011: Vattenkraften i genomförandet av vatten- och förnybarhetsdirektiven
Logos