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Innovation in Energy Technology

Comparing National Innovation Systems at the Sectoral Level

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This report reviews efforts under way in a number of OECD countries to advance innovation in energy technology, with a particular focus on hydrogen fuel cells. It compares energy innovation systems in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Norway, the United Kingdom and United States to identify the roles of government, industry, universities and other public research organisations in the innovation process. It also examines the policies governments are implementing to finance needed research and development and to stimulate market demand for innovative energy technologies.

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Norway: Upstream Oil and Gas

Energy innovation systems operate in a complex world where both private and public actors must consider variables of great uncertainty in their decision taking. This aspect is of vital importance when analysing different issues concerning innovation. In the following we provide a brief overview of some core points influencing stakeholders in the oil and gas sector.

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