The Prime Minister is looking for ideas at CMR

Prime Minister Erna Solberg and Tine Sundtoft, Minister of Climate and Environment, are looking into the new ideas of green competitiveness. Their experts met us last week.

23.11.2015 by Gunn Janne Myrseth

The Prime Minister is looking for ideas at CMR

Connie Hedegaard (previous EU-commissioner on Environment) with her team from  the Government visited CMR to get new ideas for their work in green competitiveness. Photo cop.:Gunn Janne Myrseth, Head of Communicaton CMR

Previous Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard and Idar Kreutzer from Finance Norway is leading the work on behalf of the Prime Minister. Monday the 16th of November Hedegaard  visited CMR. They met CEO Arvid Nøttvedt and some of his experts in renewable energy.

Innovation at CMR

This summer Prime Minister Erna Solberg started the work with her team. Now they are visiting researchers and businesses all over Norway, incluing CMR to get to know what goes on in the fields of green competitiveness, including the work  at our institute regarding innovation and renewable energy.

At CMR they will be introduced to our projects in renewable energy as offshore wind energy etc. and the establishment of the company Greenstat and the plans for a hydrogen factory.

Prime Minister Erna Solberg and The Minister of Climate and Environment Tine Sundtoft presented last summer Connie Hedegaard (previous EU-commissioner on Environment) and  Idar Kreutzer (financial expert) as their experts in green competitiveness. Photo cop.: The Prime Minister’s Office

Here are the links to the kickoff meeting with The Prime Minister.

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