National Smart Grid Laboratory

National Smart Grid Laboratory



NTNU and SINTEF are operating the National Smart Grid Laboratory in Trondheim.

The laboratory is a system oriented laboratory providing state-of-the-art infrastructure for R&D, demonstration, verification, and testing over a wide range of Smart grid use cases. The laboratory enable us to test the Smart Grids of tomorrow.

The laboratory booking site has detailed inventory and booking information as well as course material and documentation. Request access to the laboratory site

For booking inquiries from outside NTNU and SINTEF, please contact Basanta Raj Pokhrel

NSLG Concept

NSGL Concept

The key feature of the laboratory is the opportunity to integrate real-time simulations and physical power system assets (hardware in-the-loop) with ratings up to 200 kVA, 400 V AC or 700 V DC.




  • National and international research projects
  • Test and verification projects
  • Industry projects
  • PhD candidates
  • Post Docs
  • Visiting researchers
  • Master students

Funded by

Funded by

  • The Research Council of Norway
  • The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU

Control Center

Visit the future Control Center


The National Smart Grid Laboratory is operated by NTNU and SINTEF jointly