Role in MI
- Participates in the:
- Smart Grids Innovation Challenge
- Off-Grid Access to Electricity Innovation Challenge
- Carbon Capture Innovation Challenge
- Sustainable Biofuels Innovation Challenge
- Converting Sunlight Innovation Challenge
- Clean Energy Materials Innovation Challenge
- Affordable Heating and Cooling of Buildings Innovation Challenge
- Renewable and Clean Hydrogen Innovation Challenge
Progress towards doubling public investment
Country-determined baseline year(s): 2013-2015
Baseline funding amount: NOK 1.132 billion (USD $140 million)
Doubling target year: 2020
Doubling target amount: NOK 2.265 billion (USD $280 million)
* Includes programs run by the Research Council of Norway: ENERGIX, FME and Stategic Energy Research.
** Includes programs run by the state-owned enterprise ENOVA and specifically the amounts dedicated to technology.
*** Includes the research program CLIMIT.
**** Includes operations at the test facility Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) as well as studies for a full-scale CCS-plant in Norway.
Note: Due to difficulties in applying the same categorization, these numbers are reported using a different breakdown to other members. The Norwegian baseline is composed of relevant budgetary allocations for the fiscal years of 2013-2015, as defined by the Norwegian definition of clean energy RD&D, of the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.