Centre for intelligent electricity distribution - to empower the future Smart Grid.
Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME)
Centres within FME II - 2016 - 2024
By increasing energy efficiency, HighEFF will help ensure that Norway has the world’s greenest industries.
NCCS will help Norway meet its obligations under the Paris Climate Agreement.
- Research Centre on Zero Emission Neighbourhoods (ZEN) in Smart Cities
The main objective of HydroCen is to enable the Norwegian hydropower sector to meet complex challenges and exploit new opportunities through innovative technological solutions.
MoZEES Mobility Zero Emission Energy Systems (Norwegian)
Centres within FME I - 2009 - 2017
Enabling sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effektive CO2 capture, and safe transport and underground storage of CO2
Interdisciplinary research centre for technical and environmental development of hydro power, wind power, power line rights-of-way and implementation of environment and energy policy.
CenBio addresses the entire value chains of virgin biomass and biodegradable waste fractions, including their production, harvesting and transportation, the conversion to heat and power, and the upgrade of residues to valuable products.
Read about the project on our Norwegian pages.
Since 2009 NOWITECH has developed 40 innovations in Offshore wind. NOWITECH was concluded as an FME by the end og 2017. NOWITECH is now continued as a research network.
The Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings
The Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology
The Norwegian Research Centre for Solar Cell Technology joins scientific and industrial players in the field of photovoltaic technology with the aim of further developing the strong, Norwegian photovoltaic industry and substantially contributing towards making solar energy a significant renewable energy source.