Smart Grid Laboratory
NTNU and SINTEF have built a new National Smart Grid Laboratory in Trondheim with funding from the Research Council of Norway in cooperation with the Artic University of Norway and Smart Innovation Østfold.
The Skagerak Energylab consists of 2,700 solar cell panels on the roof of the arena with an installed capacity of 800 kW and a battery with a storage capacity of 1 MWh.
Read more on Skagerak Energylab (in norwegian)
In the pilot projects we test and verify technologies and solutions for the future intelligent electricity distribution system. In real environments.
Tour of the National Smart Grid Laboratory
Two of the researchers at the National Smart Grid Laboratory give us a guided tour. The video was made to replace an actual tour that was due to be given during a workshop, but cancelled because of Covid-19.