Member Participation

Norway

Baseline and Doubling Plans

  • 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)
  • First-Year of Mission Innovation Funding Increment: 2016
  • First-Year Mission Innovation Funding Amount: NOK 1.419 billion (USD $176 million)
  • First-Year Mission Innovation Funding Increment: NOK 287 million (USD $36 million)
  • First-Year Funding Percent Increase: 25%

Methodology for Determining Baseline

The 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.

Other Ministries may also have relevant budgetary allocations. These are not included in the MI baseline, nor will they be counted in as part of the target funding amount in 2020. The state budget is decided by the Norwegian parliament annually.

Country-Definition of Clean Energy R&D Investment

Research, development and demonstration in environmentally friendly technologies, including end-use energy efficiency, renewable energy, electric grid technologies, CO2 capture and storage and low-carbon transportation systems and fuels.

Overview of Clean Energy R&D Focus Areas Emphasized in Mission Innovation Portfolio

Industry & buildings

 

Vehicles & other transportation

 

Bio-based fuels & energy

 

Solar, wind & other renewables

 

Nuclear energy
Hydrogen & fuel cells

 

Cleaner fossil energy
CO2 capture, utilization & storage

 

Electricity grid

 

Energy storage

 

Basic energy research

 

Indicators are for key areas of Mission Innovation R&D investment but do not imply a comprehensive representation of a country’s full R&D portfolio.

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