Increasing the pace of decarbonization with industrial flexibility
Instead of building new grid, utilizing flexibility in industrial processes could be a cheaper and faster way of integrating variable power production.
Tracking down the cause of water tree issues in wet design high voltage subsea cables
Co-authors: Sverre Hvidsten, SINTEF; Cédric Lesaint, SINTEF; Mari-Ann Einarsrud, NTNU; Inger-Emma Nylund, NTNU; Per Erik Vullum, NTNU. Improving the subsea cables that connect…
How can control engineering save birds in wind farms?
In this blog post, we introduce a new concept that prevents bird collisions with rotating blades of wind turbines using control engineering.
Future HVDC grids – yes please, but what is the price tag?
Offshore HVDC grids will be a crucial part of the future energy system – Knowing what they cost is a crucial part of planning them.
Multiphase flow researchers at the International Conference on Multiphase Flow – Kobe 2023
CO-AUTHORS: Jørn Kjølaas, Diana Gonzalez, Heiner Schümann, Halvard Thon, Belma Hadzovic Six researchers from SINTEF and NTNU got the opportunity to experience a…
Energy efficiency: How to unlock 20 TWh of conflict-free energy
Solutions exist already today to make Norwegian industry more efficient and unlock large amounts of energy in a way that is largely uncontroversial. Why, then, are energy efficiency measures not being deployed at a quicker pace?