Improved engineering method for the safe design of CO2 pipelines
Authors: HANS L. SKARSVÅG and SVEND TOLLAK MUNKEJORD CO2 capture and storage (CCS) is a promising solution for reducing CO2 emissions and…
Marine food powders: a solution for reducing food waste
New technology can help reducing food loss and waste, and contribute to a sustainable food systems and future food security.
Biochar: Renewable carbon from biomass for the metallurgical industry
Biochar and tar/bio-oil can replace fossil materials in metallurgic processes. However, the Industrial Revolution has left deep scars, not least of which include global warming, which has led to the climate crisis we’re currently experiencing. Put simply, we have to fix this, for both our children and planet Earth.
Scenarios for implementation of Energy Communities in Norway
The ongoing energy transition brings new opportunities for utilisation of distributed energy resources (DER) and for the evolution in the role of end-users from passive consumers to active customers, who both produce and consume energy.
How Norwegian heat pump technology helps Indian schools, hotels and food factories
India will in 2023 become the most populous country on Earth. In a world where the demand for food and energy is growing,…
Ammonia: From cleaning product to maritime fuel
Today, ammonia is perhaps best known as a foul-smelling chemical used in cleaning products. In the future, it might also be widely used as a maritime fuel! At SINTEF, researchers are working towards this to happen through a wide variety of projects.