Norway's energy sector is a multifarious thing, and despite its lack of nuclear power plants, it's still split in the middle.
On one hand, river water provides more than 90 percent of the nation's electricity. There's a rapid build-out of onshore wind and the beginnings of fixed-bottom offshore wind and pioneer projects within the floating kind happening. Not to mention groundbreaking efforts within CO2 storage and hydrogen.
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