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.
FME cntres lead by SINTEF Energy Research
FME NorthWind (Norwegian Research Centre on Wind Energy) will bring forward outstanding research and innovation to create jobs and grow exports, and to facilitate the sustainable development of wind power.
Centre for intelligent electricity distribution - to empower the future Smart Grid.
By increasing energy efficiency, HighEFF will help ensure that Norway has the world’s greenest industries.
NCCS will help Norway meet its obligations under the Paris Climate Agreement.
SINTEF Energy participate in these centres:
2022 - 2030
2021 - 2029
- NorthWind - Norwegian Research Centre on Wind Energy
2019 - 2027
2016 - 2024
- Bio4Fuels - Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Bio-based Fuel and Energy
- CINELDI - Centre for intelligent electricity distribution
- HighEFF - Centre for an Energy Efficient and Competitive Industry for the Future
- HydroCen - Norwegian Research Centre for Hydropower Technology
- NCCS - Norwegian CCS Research Centre – Industry driven innovation for fast track CCS deployment
- ZEN - The Research Centre on Zero Emission Neighbourhoods in Smart Cities
2009 - 2017
- BIGCCS - International CCS Research
- CEDREN - Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy
- CENBIO - Bioenergy Innovation Centre
- CenSES - Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies
- NOWITECH - Centre Norwegian Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology
- ZEB - The Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings
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).