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More about the SOLVit partners

These are the partners of the SOLVit CO2 research programme

Aker Clean Carbon:

Aker Clean Carbon is a global supplier of cost-effective CO2 capture plants and technology. The company offers amine-based post-combustion carbon capture solutions for coal and gas-fired power stations and other industrial flue gases. Aker Clean Carbon has been awarded the contract for The European Technology Centre Mongstad and is engaged in several CCS projects.


E.ON is one of the world's largest investor-owned power and gas company and is investing millions of euros to find the best ways to help bring forward low carbon energy and energy efficiencies.E.ON Engineering is a leading international supplier of engineering services and innovative solutions for power, gas and industrial projects and a main focus of energy technologies within the E.ON group.

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU:

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway’s premier academic institution for technology and the natural sciences, with equally strong programmes in the social sciences, the arts and humanities, medicine, architecture and fine art.


ScottishPower is one of the UK's leading integrated energy providers. We generate, transmit and distribute energy - right from the power station to the plug. As a leading supplier of green energy products to domestic and business customers, we are at the forefront of clean energy development in the UK. In addition to ambitious aims to increase our UK renewable energy capacity to 1,000 MW by 2010, ScottishPower is working to reduce the green house gas emissions from our fossil fuel power plants by investing in new abatement technologies.


The SINTEF Group is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. Every year, SINTEF supports the development of 2000 or so Norwegian and overseas companies via our research and development activity. More than 2000 employees generate new knowledge and solutions for our customers, based on research and development in technology, the natural sciences, medicine and the social sciences.


Statkraft is Europe’s largest renewable energy company. The Group develops and generates hydropower, wind power, gas power and district heating, and is a major player on the European power exchanges. Statkraft also develops marine energy, osmotic power solar power and other innovative energy solutions. In 2008 Statkraft posted gross operating revenues of EUR 3.1 billion. The group employs 3,000 staff in more than 20 countries.