OMB6 - Optimizing marine battery operations
Optimizing marine battery operations using 6 years’ operational data from two commercially operating vessels.
BaSS - Electrochemical battery for voltage support in distribution grid
BaSS aims to facilitate that battery energy storage systems (BESS) become an alternative to grid reinforcement for voltage challenges, when this is the most socio-economically rational solution. Several different services for voltage support may be relevant in the same power grid (value stacking). It is challenging to design control systems and methods for optimal rating of such a BESS.
Design of networks for loads in installations regarding regulations on delivery quality
Electrification of the transport sector, fish farming facilities, the petroleum industry, etc. will cause increased and more complex electrical loads on the grid.
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.
FRIENDSHIP (Forthcoming Research and Industry for European and National Development of SHIP)
FRIENDSHIP plans to bring together research institutions, industrial designers, technologies & heat suppliers into the same consortium in order to unite skills towards the boost and control of the heat supply temperature according to processes needs.
IMPACT is a collaborative research and innovation project which aims to develop and demonstrate a next-generation testing approach for Wave Energy Converters (WECs).
SEABAT - Solutions for large batteries for waterborne transport
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) targets 50% lower annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from maritime transport by 2050 compared to 2008, and even pursues efforts towards phasing them out entirely. The challenge is to substantially reduce the cost of large waterborne transport battery systems.
EnerGizerS - CO2-Enhanced Geothermal Systems for Climate Neutral Energy Supply
The main objective of the project is to analyse the efficiency of the Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) using CO2 as a working fluid.
Fine - Flexible Integration of Local Energy Communities into the Norwegian Electricity Distribution System
To mitigate global warming, energy demand by different sectors must migrated towards electricity and the share of renewable resources must be increased. This brings major investment needs and new challenges to the power system. Local energy systems can address some of the challenges like, keeping the demand and supply in balance all the time, maintaining good quality of supply, and social acceptance and participation in energy transformation.