SINTEF will participate in the Glasgow Climate Summit
- Solving the climate crisis will require extensive international collaboration between businesses, governments and the scientific community. This is why SINTEF will increase its participation in the UN Climate Change Conference this year, says SINTEF CEO Alexandra Bech Gjørv.
SINTEF to research ammonia as a green shipping fuel
SINTEF will work on solving research hurdles linked to the use of ammonia as a zero-emission fuel for the shipping sector. The Minister of Climate and Environment for Norway, Sveinung Rotevatn, announced at the end of last week that the project Ammonia Fuel Bunkering Network would receive NOK 89 million through the Green Platform Initiative.
NOK 120 million for the green shift in the aquaculture and fishery industry
The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Iselin Nybø (V) and the Norwegian Minister of Education and Research Guri Melby (V) were in Trondheim yesterday to present NOK 120 million to the ZeroKyst project. Among other things, ZeroKyst will enable a Norwegian consortium to demonstrate solutions for hydrogen-electric vessels and mobile energy supply for fisheries and aquaculture.
Offshore wind: New Ocean Grid project in the North Sea
STAVANGER – The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry, Iselin Nybø, announced today that the Ocean Grid project (in Norwegian: Havnett) will get financial support of 82.7 million NOK, through the Green Platform scheme.
Three pieces of advice for a sustainable green transition in the North Sea
ARENDAL – The North Sea should play a central role in the green transition, according to a new report prepared by four large Norwegian research centres (three of them led by SINTEF). The document was presented this week at Arendalsuka, an important stage for societal debate in Norway.
Major wind research centre kicks off its activities
TRONDHEIM, NORWAY – The NorthWind research centre on wind energy launched its activities today with its first General Assembly.
Norwegian Project to Research Carbon Capture and Storage on Ships
A new project led by SINTEF Energy Research, the CCShip project, will collaborate with key research and industrial organizations to explore carbon capture aboard ships.
Norwegian Prime Minister to Open Global Carbon Capture Summit
Erna Solberg, the Prime Minister of Norway, will open the 11th Trondheim CCS Conference (TCCS-11) set to take place June 22-23, 2021. The international conference on carbon capture, transport, utilization, and storage technologies (CCS) presents the latest scientific research to a diverse audience representing industry, policymakers, academia, and students.
All Hydrogen Technologies needed to reach Net Zero
Brussels/Trondheim, 4 mai 2021 – A new study carried out by SINTEF and European partners shows that all hydrogen technologies will play an important role in Europe reaching its zero emissions goals by 2050. The study also shows that to reach these goals in a cost-effective way, it will be necessary to store, by 2050, 1000 times as much CO2 as the first phase of the Longship project plans for.