On Monday 12 June, Trondheim is making a name for itself as a new European research capital for climate change technology, now that NTNU and SINTEF have been jointly awarded coordinator status for the European CCS infrastructure project ECCSEL ERIC.
The day kicked-off with this film:
Energy laboratories for the future – the presentations:
NTNU and SINTEF provide for the Green Transition, with excellent laboratories
Inge Gran’s presentation: To succeed, we must work across borders
Norway as host for ECCSEL ERIC and the importance of research infrastructure, Wolfgang Burtscher, Deputy Director-General of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research & Innovation.
Official handover of the ECCSEL ERIC plaque
Possibilities and challenges for the Green Transition, Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, State Secretary in the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
Carbon Capture and Storage possibilities and ECCSEL. What is new within CCS research?, Sverre Quale, ECCSEL project director
The Waterpower laboratory’s significance for the Norwegian society now and in the future, Oluf Ulseth, Chief Executive of Energy Norway
Opening ceremony in the renewed Thermal Energy laboratories with guided tour
The Waterpower laboratory: then and now
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- Three celebrations in one – new EU project, new laboratories, and the 100th anniversary of the NTNU Waterpower lab - June 13, 2017
- NCCS – Norwegian CCS Research Centre Kick-off 4 November 2016 - November 8, 2016
- A picture blog from the opening of CINELDI and the Smart Grid Laboratory - September 22, 2016