Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research

The Research Council of Norway provides long-term funding for The Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME/CEER), to bring the research at a high international standard, and with the aim of tackling energy-related challenges.


NTNU hosts three FME/CEER

NTNU is partner in six FME/CEER

 

NTNU hosts three Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research

CenSES – Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

CenSES develops fact-based knowledge for strategic decisions relevant for government and industry. The focus is knowledge for a national energy policy, for national and international climate policy, and for strategies of innovation and commercialization.

HydroCen – Norwegian Research Centre for Hydropower Technology

HydroCen aims to ensure and develop research and education in hydropower related technology. The centre provides the hydropower sector world-class knowledge and innovative solutions.

ZEN - The Research Centre on Zero Emission Neighbourhoods in Smart Cities (in Norwegian)

ZEN will develop solutions for future buildings and areas that will contribute to realize a zero-emission society.


NTNU is partner in six Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research

CINELDI – Centre for intelligent electricity distribution

SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

HighEFF – Centre for an Energy Efficient and Competitive Industry for the Future

SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

MoZEES – Mobility Zero Emission Energy Systems

Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) hosts the Centre.

NCCS – Norwegian CCS Research Centre

SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

Bio4fuels – Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Bio-based Fuels and Energy

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) hosts the Centre.

Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology

Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) hosts the Centre.

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