Changes to the climate, the energy situation, and the market have resulted in a need for higher standards for effective modelling tools that can be effectively utilised by hydropower producers and other stakeholders in the power market.
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Basic knowledge about digital substations and the analysis of data traffic were on the agenda at the National Smart Grid Laboratory in early November.
“A key arena for strengthening existing partnerships and creating new ones”: SINTEF at European Hydrogen Week
From 20-24 November 2023, SINTEF and FME HYDROGENi had a dedicated booth at European Hydrogen Week. The booth attracted a lot of interest from other attendees, with recurring topics of interest including ammonia, electrolysers for green hydrogen...
In a bid to contribute to hydrogen’s role as a key driver of the green shift in Europe, SINTEF will have a dedicated stand and special side event at this year’s European Hydrogen Week event, from 20 – 24 November 2023.
In the beginning of October The National Smart Grid Laboratory in Trondheim had a visit from ATOS – a big, international company within digital transformation.
It is essential to speed up electrification of the Norwegian heavy transport sector. We believe that this is possible in spite of full capacity utilisation in the electricity grid. Here are our three recommendations.
In the future, we will see the emergence of local energy communities made up of households and businesses who buy and sell electricity among themselves. But someone will have to work out how to determine the price.
Düsseldorf, Germany – September 21, 2023 – The GreenShift CCUS Summit united diverse stakeholders to identify key priorities for advancing carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen technologies in Europe.
We are helping factories operate smarter by using renewable energy more efficiently and making their manufacturing processes more flexible.