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Private: Smart CitySmart City is a project in which cities with an ambition to reduce their energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, cooperates with Bellona and Siemens to develop a plan for raising public awareness and analyzing the potential for energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions reduction. So far, Trondheim, Bergen and Oslo are the smart cities of Norway.
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Keith Whiriskey has contributed to the Bellona foundation as a CCS specialist since 2011, where his fields of responsibility include the development of CCS in energy and industry policy along with lead authoring of Bellona publications. Keith holds an MSc in Carbon Capture and Storage from the University of Edinburgh and a BSc in Geology from the National University of Ireland. Keith has contributed to a diverse number of projects including, techno economic modelling of CCS deployment in Romania, Hungary and the Ukraine, CO2 capture technology assessments, CO2 storage characterisation, progressing enhanced oil recovery in the north sea, along with energy policy and economic incentives for CCS deployment.