HYDROGENi is a centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to the research and innovations within hydrogen and ammonia needed to meet the 2030 and 2050 goals of the Norwegian hydrogen road map.
The goal of the project is coating development and high-tech equipment integration into the production line of Mg-Wheels in Latvia for the coating of ultra-light and environmentally friendly forged magnesium automotive and motorcycle wheels.
ADRENALIN aims at facilitating a digital transformation of the existing build stock, by creating and implementing data-driven applications that can optimise energy use.
COFFEE - Cationic Covalent Organic Frameworks as Anion Exchange Membranes for Electrochemical Energy Applications
The COFFEE project aims to develop durable, high performance Anion Exchange Membranes (AEMs) for low-cost electrolysers and batteries.
LOCOMOTION - Highly durable, low-cost membrane electrode assemblies for maritime fuel cell applications
The LOCOMOTION project will develop new low-cost and durable components for PEM fuel cells to reach ambitious targets set out for maritime applications.
The centre will become the national knowledge centre for ocean space technology. The purpose of OSC is to secure Norway’s position as a leading ocean nation and contribute to the green shift in Norwegian ocean industries.
DAVAMS: Disrupting and Adding Value to maritime supply chains by using Additively Manufactured Spare parts
Project DAVAMS will promote the added value of using additive manufacturing (industrial 3D printing) in the supply chain for spare parts.
Application of new products with reduced environmental impact in the area of green industry innovation by JSC MADARA Cosmetics
The goal of the project is to expand in the range of natural and certified products produced by MADARA Cosmetics with new and innovative products with reduced environmental impact.
Autostack – Optimised and automated Norwegian production of low cost, high efficiency PEM electrolysers
Hystar aims to reduce the cost of green hydrogen, and the Autostack project is investigating how such a cost reduction can be achieved through mass production of PEM (proton exchange membrane) electrolyser stacks. The current state of the art...