SINTEF Energy Research
In cooperation with NTNU, we have 7000 m2 of modern laboratories available for research, development and education.
We shape the future's energy solutions
SINTEF Energy Research is an applied research institute dedicated to creating innovative energy solutions.
We offer cutting-edge research-based knowledge that provides our clients with added-value solutions and services.
Our strategic focus is on:
- Energy efficiency
- CO2 capture, transport and storage
- Offshore windfarms
- System integration of renewable energy
- Distribution and use of electric energy
- Power exchange between Norway end Europe
- Gas technology and LNG
- Subsea power supply and processing
- Energy policy issues
News from #sintefenergy
Compact Offshore Steam Cycles – Wasted Heat Recovered
In order to reduce the effects of global warming, Norway has like the EU set a goal of reducing its CO2 emissions by 40% by 2030. Improved energy efficiency is one of the most cost-effective climate measures today in the
Carbon negative oil – fact or fiction?
Blogger Grethe Tangen works at SINTEF Petroleum Research According to Chief Scientist Erik Lindeberg at the TCCS-8 it is possible to produce oil with a negative carbon footprint. Together with colleagues at SINTEF Petroleum Research, Lindeberg has conducted a study
EEA project: We are cooperating to promote implementation of CCS in the Czech Republic
Bloggers: Simon Roussanaly and Jana Poplsteinova Jakobsen The Czech Technical University cooperates with SINTEF Energy Research to promote implementation of Carbon, Capture and Storage (CCS) in the Czech Republic CCS is considered to be a promising way to handle CO2
SINTEF energy lab
SINTEF Energy Research invests 165 million in a new electricity laboratory in Blaklia outside Trondheim. The new lab strengthens an area where SINTEF and NTNU are international leaders.
The new laboratory is being built close by Statnett substation on Blakli. This is an ideal location for such a laboratory.
The building will consist of seven separate laboratories, each geared toward their particular application area. The largest and most prominent being a new high voltage laboratory, which is dimensioned for system voltages up to 420 kV.
The Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) comprised of selected centres which conduct research of high international calibre in order to solve challenges within the field. The purpose of these centres is to contribute to a better basis for decisions in the interface between climate, energy and industry. The aim is to increase the platform of knowledge for national and international energy policy.
SINTEF Energy is involved in six of the eleven national centres, and has the overall project management responsibility of four of the centres.
FME - Norway's Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research
The objective of the scheme for Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) is to establish time-limited research centres which conduct concentrated, focused and long-term research of high international calibre in order to solve specific challenges in the field. SINTEF Energy is involved in six of the eleven centers nationally, and project management of four.
SINTEF Energi AS - SINTEF Energy Research
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