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Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME)

Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME)

The Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) carry out long-term research targeted towards renewable energy, energy efficiency, CCS and social science aspects of energy research.

The centres selected for funding must demonstrate the potential for innovation and value creation.

Research activities are carried out in close collaboration between research groups, trade and industry, and the public administration, and key tasks include international cooperation and researcher training.

The centres are established for a period of maximum eight years (5 + 3).

More information about the centres at the Research Council of Norway

Centres within FME II - 2016 - 2024

Centres within FME I - 2009 - 2017

FME I - CREE Oslo Centre for Research on Environmentally Friendly Energy

FME I - The Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology 
The Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology joins scientific and industrial players in the field of photovoltaic technology with the aim of further developing the strong, Norwegian photovoltaic industry and substantially contributing towards making solar energy a significant renewable energy source.