Energy for a better society
Energy research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
NTNU Energy is one of the four strategic research areas at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in the period 2014 - 2023.
NTNU Energy represent the energy research at NTNU with its 600 researchers.
We put you into contact with experts in the energy field - contact us or use the search engine below. In addition, we offer research based advice to politicians, decision makers and industry representatives and put them into direct contact with leading researchers in the field.
Interdisciplinary energy research teams & Research Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research
One of NTNU Energy's central activities is to establish and support interdisciplinary research teams that address energy related issues in society. NTNU Energy host nine such teams within the research fields of hydrogen, battery, on- and offshore wind power, CCUS (carbon capture, utilisation and storage), low- and middle-income countries, society, smartgrids, solar energy and hydropower.
In addition, NTNU hosts three Research Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research: Hydrocen on hydropower, NTRANS on the role of the energy system in the transition to a zero-emission society, and ZEN on zero emission neighbourhoods in smart cities.
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UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in 2021
NTNU and SINTEF have created recommendations for a sustainable development of the North Sea for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in 2021.
Download the report "The North Sea as a Springboard for the Green Transition", signed by Ruhr Universität Bochum, British Geological Survey, University of Strathclyde, TNO, UiO, DTU, Fraunhofer, SINTEF og NTNU.
At SINTEF's and NTNU's event "The North Sea as a Springboard for the Green Transition" at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in 2021. Photo: Anne Steensdrup-Duch, SINTEF Energy.