SINTEF will participate in this year’s UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt.
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Rising amounts of renewable energy coupled with an increase in decentralised power generation call for the modernisation and significant expansion of the European grids.
SINTEF will participate in this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt. The organisation will be represented by Executive Vice President for Sustainability, Nils Røkke, and several other scientists from research areas such as CO...
5 October 2022, Oslo – HYDROGENi officially launched its activities today at its kick-off event in Oslo. HYDROGENi is a Norwegian Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) focused on hydrogen and ammonia research and innovation.
NorthWind director John Olav Tande is a guest on the latest episode of Teknologioptimistene (Technology optimists) podcast, hosted by Chul Christian Aamodt.
The fishing and aquaculture industry in Norway has larger CO2 emissions than civil aviation, according to a new report (link in Norwegian) presented by ZeroKyst at Nor-Fishing 2022.
SINTEF’s Bjørn Gustavsen has been awarded the Norwegian National Committee of the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRÉ)’s Scientific Award.
The FLEX4FACT project officially started on 1 June 2022 and will run for 42 months. A hybrid kick-off meeting held on 16-17 June brought together 23 organisations from 5 European countries representing the consortium. During the...
Over the past two years, webinars have become a cornerstone of NCCS’ dissemination and communication strategy. Even though we are now returning to in-person meetings following the COVID-19 pandemic, digital events like webinars remain relevant, as...