The TechnoSER project (2017-2019) is an Industrial Innovation Project (IPN) financed by the Research Council of Norway (RCN) through the CLIMIT program.
The main objective is to improve the Sorption Enhanced Reforming (SER) technology to increase the efficiency and reduce capital and operating costs of SER plants, and thus facilitate upscale and commercialization.
MoZEES is a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) lead by IFE.
The main objective with MoZEES is to develop new battery and hydrogen materials, components, and technologies for existing and future transport applications on road, rail, and sea.
Key research is to develop battery and hydrogen value chains, systems, and applications with focus on the heavy-duty transport, where Norway can take leading position in the future. MoZEES will consist of 7 national Research Partners, 6 international Research Partners, and more than 30 User Partners, including 20 commercial and industrial User Partners.
ZEG power will contribute to MoZEES with its experience on design for hydrogen supply processes and infrastructures.
Bio4fuels is a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) based at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) and lead by SINTEF.
The Centre aims to develop innovative technology and support industries to realize economic and sustainable conversion of lignocellulosis biomass and organic residues to transportation fuels, along with added value chemicals, heat and power.
Key research is to increase the efficiencies and yields of major process steps within the different value chains, as well as achieving techno-economic insights for the optimal integration within and across value chains and greater understanding of the environmental consequences of the various value chains.
ZEG power will contribute to Bio4Fuels with its experience on the use of biofuels for the co-production of hydrogen and electricity.
ASCENT (2014-2017) is an EU 7RP joint project. The project addresses a pressing need for new concepts that can reduce the energy demand associated with CO2 capture during power generation.
The project work is focused on pre-combustion technologies: CO2 capture using energy efficient high temperature solid-state sorbents separating CO2 during conversion of carbonaceous gases into H2.