The smart energy ecosystem constitutes the next technological leap of the conventional electrical grid.
This project will ensure a stronger involvement of Norwegian actors in the European CCS arena. The key Norwegian stakeholders will be engaged by the consortium in order to collect the Norwegian interests and priorities to be advanced in relevant European fora.
BioCarbUp - Optimising the biocarbon value chain for a sustainable metallurgical industry
In the project BioCarb+ (Enabling the biocarbon value chain for energy); 2014-17, a huge effort was made towards studying the biocarbon value chain and its different value chain elements with respect to improvement possibilities while satisfying end-user demands. BioCarb+ was a broad competence buildings project, focussing both on energy applications and biocarbon as a reductant in metallurgical processes. Now a new competence building project, Optimising the biocarbon value chain for a sustainable metallurgical industry (BioCarbUp), is starting and will run for 4 years. This time the focus is entirely on biocarbon as reductant in metallurgical industries.
Negative Emissions in the Waste-to-Energy Sector
NEWEST_CCUS: Technologies for Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage
The EU Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) was launched in 2008 and updated in 2015. It coordinates European low-carbon research and innovation activities.
IMPACTS9 will support delivery of the R&I activities outlined in the Implementation Plan for CCUS through the provision of coordination and support to the key public and private stakeholders that are well placed to progress the SET-Plan Implementation Plan actions in the near term.
CoolFish will develop technologies and concepts for more integrated, energy-efficient and climate friendly cooling, freezing and heating onboard fishing vessels. It will also increase the knowledge transfer between research and industry, both nationally and internationally.