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Norwegian ship-owners' adoption of green fuels
The shipping sector’s rising greenhouse gas emissions are often considered "hard-toabate", and ship-owners play an important role in emissions reduction. Some of them have recently adopted or started to consider the adoption of green fuels, but systematic studies of such adoption practices are...
Having both the chicken and the egg: novel innovation policy perspectives to establishing hydrogen value chains
The role of state agency in path development: A longitudinal study of two Norwegian manufacturing regions
Integrating policy instruments for fast-tracking environmental innovation: Lessons learned from the Norwegian Pilot-E programme
Legitimation, institutions and regional path creation: a cross-national study of offshore wind
Green path development meets sustainability transitions
Green growth in Nordic regions: Eight case studies
Blending new and old in sustainability transitions: Technological alignment between fossil fuels and biofuels in Norwegian coastal shipping
Facing increasing pressure to decarbonize, innovation within the shipping sector has turned to low-and zero carbon solutions. In this paper we investigate how the development and implementation of biodiesel and liquefied biogas (LBG) in Norwegian coastal shipping has been influenced by the...