Energy and Process Engineering
The Department of Energy and Process Engineering at NTNU, is an international driving force within education and research on the total energy chain from resource to customer. We work on how to produce energy which can be used by man and machine in a sustainable way, taking into consideration health, climate changes and available resources.
The Department has five specialist groups:
New Wind Turbine Workshop 2015
As a follow up of the successful Blind Test Workshops 1, 2 and 3 on wind turbine predictions, we are pleased to announce that a 4th workshop will be arranged in Trondheim in October.
Disputation Asfafaw Haileselassie Tesfay
Asfafaw Haileselassie Tesfay held his trial lecture and defended his PhD thesis on 18.03.15. The title of the thesis is: «Experimental Investigation of a Concentrating Solar Fryer with Heat Storage».
Disputation Kjartan Steen-Olsen
Kjartan Steen-Olsen held his trial lecture and defended his PhD thesis on 12.03.15. The title of the thesis is: «Integrated Economic and Physical Information for Environmental Footprint Modelling».
Heat pump prize for NTNU
NTNU Gløshaugen has won the Heat pump prize (Varmepumpeprisen) 2015. The Norwegian Heat Pump Association (Norsk Varmepumpeforening) awards NTNU’s many years of work with energy efficiency measures. Associate Professor II Jørn Stene who also work at the company COWI has been very much involved in this process.
Norwegian Minister visited the Water Power laboratory
Friday 6 March, NTNU received NITO's Recruitment Award 2015 for systematic and successfull recruitment of women to the technology professions. The award ceremony in the Water Power Laboratory was attended by the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tord Lien.