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Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (CEER/FME)

Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (CEER/FME)

The Research Council of Norway provides long-term funding for research on renewable energy, energy efficiency, CCS and social science aspects of energy research, and that has potential for innovation and value creation. The CEER/FME scheme, advertisements, and current and former centres.

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NTNU hosts Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research


NTNU hosts three CEER/FME

NTNU hosts FME

FME HydroCen develops research and education in hydropower  technology.

FME NTRANS investigates environmentally friendly energy from a social science perspective.

FME ZEN develops solutions for future buildings and areas.

NTNU is partner in Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research


NTNU is partner in seven CEER/FME

NTNU is partner in FME

FME Bio4fuels develops technology to convert biomass to energy. NMBU – Norwegian University of Life Sciences hosts the Centre.

 

 

 

 

 

FME CINELDI develops electricity grid and electrical distribution grid at an acceptable cost. SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

FME HighEFF works to ensure that Norway has the world’s greenest industries. SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

FME MoZEES works on battery and hydrogen value chains and systems. FME – Institute for Energy Technology hosts the Centre.

FME NCCS will ensure that Norway remains an international leader in CCS. SINTEF Energy Research hosts the Centre.

FME NorthWind creates wind power export opportunities for business and industry. SINTEF Energy Research hosts the centre.

FME Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology works with solar energy. IFE – Institute for Energy Technology hosts the Centre.

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