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Eivind Magnus

Partner
eivind.magnus@thema.no
+47 908 88 339

Eivind Magnus has more than 30 years’ experience with energy and environmental economics, energy policy and analysis. During the first part of his career, he worked with projects related to energy market reforms and macroeconomics, energy economics, business development and project development. Since founding THEMA in 2010, Eivind has increasingly been involved in projects focusing in the interrelationship between energy market development and climate change policy and regulation. Previously, Magnus was one of the leading partners and in the forefront of ECON’s energy research and consulting build-up, including ECONs power and petroleum groups. His areas of expertise include energy policy, environmental policy, industry policy, market analysis, economic regulation, and petroleum economics.

Eivind holds a Master in Economics (Cand. Oecon) and an MBA from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH).

Socio-economic benefits of hydro power in Nordland »

11 of 10 hydro power projects recently developed in Nordland county are socio economic viable and provides large income and benefits to municipalities, land owners, counties and the Norwegian state.

Socio Economic benefits of small-scale Hydro plants »

Small-scale hydro power plants in Norway are profitable and generally viable from a socioeconomic perspective.

The role of natural gas in Europe »

It is expected that gas and gas-fired power plants will constitute an important part in the European energy sector in the foreseeable future. In the long run the role of natural gas is formed through dynamic interplay between market forces, energy and technological development.

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Consequences of new sulphur regulation »

Tougher regulation of sulphur emissions from ships that will enter into force from the 1st of January 2015, is likely to have substantial impact on countries with a coastline in the European SECA area. This report analyses the economic consequences of the new sulphur regulation for Norway.

The future is electric »

The report discusses the importance of electricity in a sustainable energy future to 2050 and will the market potential for electrical industry. Commisioned by Elektroforum.

The impact of international climate change policies on Norwegian Energy sector »

On behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Oil and Energy, THEMA and Carbon Limits have prepared a report analyses how future climate change policies could impact the Norwegian Energy sector.

A region awaiting grid investments »

A report from THEMA identifies the impact grid investments in the north-west of Norway will have on investments in renewable energy and development of the regional industry including gas reserves in the Norwegian Sea.

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The Effect of Norwegian Renewables on Carbon Emissions »

The report, written in association with Vivid Economics for the Norwegian Ministry for the Environment, aims to analyse under what circumstances Norwegian renewable investments contribute to local, European, and global carbon emission reductions.